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Agua Azul

Listed under Waterfalls in Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico.

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The name of these falls translates to blue-water-falls, and the water does look blue, bright blue in fact, as it cascades down several small falls almost fountain-like. It's a 60km drive out of Palenque to these waterfalls on the road towards San Cristóbal de las Casas.

Written by  Blair Metcalfe.

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