Accessible travel in Cuajilamoyas is possible! Cuajilamoyas is part of a network of small towns called Pueblos Mancomunados (Commonwealth of Villages) composed of eight remote villages (Amatlán, Benito Juárez, Cuajimoloyas, La Nevería, Lachatao, Latuvi, Llano Grande and Yavesía) that are protected under an ecotourism project. They are surrounded by gorgeous wilderness and more than 100 km of trails run between them and surround them. In addition, the landscapes are spectacular: canyons, waterfalls, caves and panoramic sights are what you can expect.
Cuajilamoyas is an amazing accessible destination! We have prepared fun activities like adaptive ziplining that will blow your mind, surrounded by beautiful wilderness in this charming natural setting, in one of Mexico’s most privileged sightseeing places. Are you in for this adventure? Wheelchair travel is fun and possible for everyone!