MIL CASCADAS, also known as Las Granadas, in the state of Guerrero, México is a series of waterfalls and pools on the Granados river. Mil Cascadas means “1000 waterfalls” and it’s not an exaggeration. The falls and pools drop into the river, and the water is chilly year-round.
The best way to visit it is with a tour or guide company. They will guide you to rappel 100 feet down the waterfalls before jumping into several other pools for a swim and will show you around the many water caves. It’s not a very populated place yet, and it can still be seen in its pristine natural state.
How to get there
Mil Cascadas is about 40 minutes away from the town of Taxco, Guerrero, and about 1 hour and 40 minutes away from the city of Cuernavaca. It’s recommended that you book a tour or guide to take you there. Most of the companies include hotel pickup and drop-off in their tour.
What to consider
- The best time to go is around the rainy season — September and October )) although it’s possible to swim year-round.
- Book a tour or a guide.
- Taxco, Guerrero is a nice place to stay a for a day or two.
- Wear non-slip close-toed shoes.
- There is no cell reception in this area, so you’ll truly be disconnected.