Cola de Caballo in Jalisco
Vicinities of Guadalajara city are adorned with spectacular natural landmarks, such as the more than 150 m tall Cola de Caballo (Horsetail) waterfall.
Map of the site
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Cola de Caballo in Jalisco falls over vertical cliffs in smaller side ravine of the giant Barranca the Huentitán (Oblatos) canyon. This canyon is up to 520 m deep and contains a nature reserve with interesting deciduous tropical forest where the trees for some 7 months per year are without leaves.
Waterfall has a very impressive upper cascade – a vertical plunge that is approximately 150 m tall. Below this plunge follow at least two smaller cascades. In the rainy season, some 200 m to the north appears one more waterfall with similar height.
After some 1.5 km the stream of the waterfall flows into Rio Grande de Santiago.
Unfortunately the water in Cola de Caballo is dirty. Next to the falls is built visitor platform, here are also set gardens with some typical and endemic plants of Huentitán canyon.
Few countries in the world can offer such an array of unique and astounding attractions as Mexico.
The area of this country was the cradle of several highly developed indigenous civilizations and some regions in the country are dotted with remnants of ancient cities with temples, palaces, and pyramids.
Some of the most fascinating and awe-inspiring natural monuments are waterfalls or locations where a river abruptly changes its elevation.
North America is a very diverse continent that extends from the northernmost land of the world to the moist tropical wilderness of Darien Gap. The most amazing wonders of North America are the prehistoric monuments of Mesoamerica, the geysers of Yellowstone, and colonial architecture.