Visit workshops carving utensils and ornaments of red clay, where you can feel this delicate raw material used by the ancient Maya to express their ideals. Now, it is still part of the life of small pipiles ethnic groups living in the area. In the end, you can take a dip in the idyllic waterfall and appreciate the Escuco growing vegetables.

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