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TLAXCO

Nanacamilpa

Here are five ecotourism centers authorized for firefly watching. Between mid-June and early August, these insects come to reproduce to this beautiful forest with pines, oaks, and a fir called oyamel.

About 8:30 pm, this amazing exhibition begins slowly and starts with yellow points of light wandering crooked paths, rhythmically blinking. As a whole they are a swirling mass of light, like fairies just out of reach and the forest becomes a magical place.

After about an hour the show hits its climax, with thousands of fireflies swirling and lighting up almost in unison.

You always have to be accompanied by a guide and follow the basic rules of the tour: walk only on the path, no wandering, no music, no alcohol, no insect repellent, no lamps, and absolutely no cell phones.

If you want to have a complete experience you can stay in a cabin. It is located one hour from Tlaxcala.

Firefly Watch in Tlaxcala

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