Cola de Caballo waterfall ,Nuevo Leon ,Mexico

Address -: Cola de Caballo waterfall ,Cieneguilla ,Villa de Santiago ,Nuevo León ,Mexico

Cola de Caballo (Spanish for "Horse Tail") is a waterfall about 40 km (25 mi) from Monterrey, Mexico, in the town of Villa de Santiago, Nuevo León. It is open to the public and is accessible via a walking path.
Discover unique birdlife and colorful flora with the help of your guide before arriving at the Cola de Caballo waterfall itself. The 82-foot (25-m) tall cascade gets its name from its horsetail shape, which is created as the water tumbles down and fans out over imposing rocks.

It is a natural park which is within the municipality of Villa de Santiago just 40 minutes from the city traveling by car. Within its green areas can be found grills for a picnic. There are viewpoints with amazing views to the forest and the lake. There are  services such as rental horses, bicycles and cuatrimotos. But the heart of the park is its impressive and beautiful waterfall, which by its form and drop gave the impression of observing a white, large and abundant horse tail. It is open Monday to Sunday from 9 a.m. at 7p.m.

Best time to visit -: Rainy Season

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