San Luis Potosi is a favorite destination for those seeking fun and adventure in the Huasteca region. Due to its vast cultural offerings and the number of outstanding options that both the capital and the rest of the State have to offer, the city is considered a centerpiece to the Mexican travel experience.
It is difficult not to succumb to the beauty of its rivers, its majestic Huastec culture, its countless blue and green waterfalls – some of which are known as the most beautiful waterfalls in Mexico – as well as its lingering, orange-colored sunsets that emanate relaxation.
The capital has a beautiful and cozy city center decorated with pink quarry stone in honor of its Mexican history, and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2010. On the periphery, however, the spell of the Potosí highlands also resides in the imposing haciendas that protect the remaining traces of Mexico’s mining backstory.
Huasteca Potosina is a splendid region in the state, known for its landscapes, lush vegetation, caves, and of course the magic of its archaeological sites. But despite the region growing into a major tourism hub, it has managed to retain its charm, while characterizing its very own eco-friendly touch.
Elsewhere, San Luis Potosí has an exuberant biodiversity and ecological reserves perfect for eco activity, through landscapes and enclosures throughout its major regions.
From white river rafting, rappelling, hiking, kayaking, or mountain biking among grottos and lagoons. The possibilities seem endless, and the options continue to grow as the the area gains traction among the masses.