Location / Nearby Laguna de la Media Luna
Image Laguna de la Media Luna
The lake is beautiful and the water is crystal clear. Its a beautiful place to visit if you plan to camp overnight but it tends to get really crowded during the day. A good stopover if you are headed toward huesteca potosina.
There are small restaurants on-site and vendors that rent lifejackets etc.
For teens and toddles
This was our first experience here. Love that you can’t bring alcohol, glass or music inside. So is very peaceful. It is a camping area so you will see people camping with all their stuff. I recommend to bring your own life vest if you wanna save 30 pesos per place you visit in La Huasteca. Restrooms are very clean and dressing rooms. Bring your snorkel gear. Lots of fishes and loto flowers. You can scuba dive there like for 800 pesos. If swimming, life vest recommended, you can’t touch the ground in the lake. There are lots of rivers where you can swim with little kids. Great place to explore with family. Clear water. You can buy food inside or bring your own. Free parking. 30 pesos fee per person. My teen had fun and so as my baby.
Nice place with thermal water!
I feel so enthusiastic about this place! The rivers are plenty of hot water, you can pick your spot and stay relax all day long!
The only thing you have to take care in advance is, if you go in weekend is gonna be full, buses full of people arrive here all the morning, just be patient and don’t miss your things.
You can find decent food in here with regular prices. Try to leave before the sunrise, is not one of the safest places around in the darkness. Anyway, is a nice spot in La Husteca.
Awesome advenure NOT to be missed!
This effervescent lake is one of my favorite all time places to visit. The water is warm year round and like swimming in alka seltzer. Bubbly and gorgeous! The surrounding pines are beautiful and peaceful. Take your own blow up raft or rent an inner tube from one of the vendors. Pack a picnic or have a taco from one of the friendly vendors. You can also scuba dive and see the remains of a woolly mammoth. If you have time DO NOT miss the trip over to the waterfalls of Tamasopo!!
Beautiful nature place
This spot is really beautiful with warm water, nice views and close contact with nature. It’s better to visit during a weekday avoiding weekends and holidays, then you have opportunity to enjoy the place.
I read a lot of comments of people saying it’s just another water park, I found it to be much more. It’s true that its not a secluded piece of forest where you can get lost and be alone with nature, there will be people here and it can get really packed in peak season, but at the end of the day it’s a "park", so what did you expect?
You pay 40 pesos to get in and you can camp there for 70 pesos a night per tent. They have vast camping space, cement grills for cooking and permission to start bonfires.
Swimming in the manantial is awesome, you can snorkel and scuba dive, it’s really impressive how the bottom just disappears a few feet in. Great place to visit as a family with chidren/teenagers or even a couples get-away.