Creel Tours

Cusarare waterfall

There are more available tours in this area, this is a list of the most popular destinations. We can arrange any type of specialty tour in this area, just let us know.


Basaseachi waterfall

Basaseachi Waterfall

Basaseachi Falls – the highest waterfall in Mexico. Located in Candameña Canyon, the widest canyon in the Copper Canyon system, great hiking through spectacular wilderness.

  • Highest waterfall in Mexico
  • Hike in the Candameña Canyon
  • Unique souvenirs from Raramuri Indians available

A perfect day for a drive and take in the beatufull sights and as much hiking as you like. Lots to see on the way here.




Recowatta Hot Spring

Recowata Hot Springs – Enjoy the 3km walk down an inclined cobblestone road to the bottom of Tararecua Canyon. The closest canyon to Creel.

  • Soak in 7 different man-made pools fed by a natural hot springs
  • Admire the view of Tararecua Canyon from the bottom and top
  • Optional rides available on Side by Side vehicles to go up and down the canyon for an additional fee paid directly to the Indians

There is a charge of about $60 pesos per person ( $5 +/- USD) and it must be paid directly to the T rival Indian on duty.


Three Canyon Tour: the best way to see all the highlight in the area and of course the Batopilas, Cusarare and Copper Canyons:

Cusarare waterfall

Cusarare Waterfall

  • Valley-of-the-munks

    Valley of the Munks

    Excellent views of Batopilas Canyon, Creel and Cusarare

  • Drive through the middle of Basihuare and the Copper Canyon
  • Hike around the beautiful Cusarare Waterfall
  • Explore the Valleys of the Mushrooms, Frogs & Monks
  • See the Raramuri Indians in various traditional settings
  • Enjoy a healthy picnic at a beautiful lookout point, complete with table and chairs as an optional add in on this tour
  • Mushroom Valley

    Mushroom Valley

    Admire the paintings at Loyola Museum

  • Enjoy picturesque views of unique Lake Arareko
  • Visit San Ignacio and Cusarare Missions – built by the Jesuits in the 18th century





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