The waterfalls of Agua Azul and Misol Ha fascinated by their blue and white waters that flow into natural pools, located 30 kilometers southwest of Palenque, the cascade of Misol Ha, whose stunning fall reaches 30 meters high, is formed by the current from the Tzaconeja river. This major tourist destination has cabins for the night, a restaurant, a craft shop, a parking lot and a walker. Moreover, the Agua Azul waterfalls are formed by tributaries of Shumuljá, Otulún and Tulijá rivers. These crystalline waters are located in the town of Tumbalá, 64 kilometers from Palenque. Also, shallow canyons with cliffs formed by the beautiful waterfalls become perfect natural pools to swim and relax for a while. Both Misol Ha and Agua Azul is possible to see hundreds of endemic species.
Nestled in the thick jungle of Chiapas, in the ejido of San Miguel, the Misol Ha waterfall is a resort run by the local community. It is responsible for preserving the flora and fauna and offer visitors a variety of tours. Also on site is also comfortable cabins sit to rest.
The waterfalls of Agua Azul National Park with an area of approximately two thousand 580 hectares, welcomes visitors who are interested in admiring the lush mountain forest type. Protected Natural Area considered to be forest refuge and wildlife, these cascades allow sports such as rafting, diving, camping and other.