El Salto (Guerrero)

Learn about tiny town of El Salto through its pictures, maps and population statistics.

All the information about this town of 1 inhabitants of the State of Guerrero

The town of El Salto (Guerrero) belongs to the municipality of Tlalchapa. There are 1 inhabitants and it is 750 meters altitude. It is the most populated town in the position #32 of the whole municipality.

The Mexican census of 2010 decided to declare this community as uninhabited.

Last Update: 29.05.2024

To locate this beautiful town inside the municipality, you must know that El Salto is located at 22.9 kilometers (in direction South) from the locality of Tlalchapa, which is the one that has more inhabitants inside the municipality. With our webpage and with our satelital map that you can find below, you can know where is and visit the surroundings of El Salto.

#1 Where is El Salto? How to go? Map

Map to know how to get to El Salto (Guerrero) by road and with geographical references of the surrounding towns. With the controls you can zoom in and out to the position of El Salto, which has the following symbol Map marker


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#2 The population of El Salto (Guerrero) is 1 inhabitants

Population data in El Salto (Guerrero)
YearFemale InhabitantsMale inhabitantsTotal population
Evolution of the population in El Salto: Total   Men   Women

#3 Satellite photo of El Salto

Amazing satellite GPS maps of El Salto, to see from space this beautiful village, as well as the surroundings of the municipality of Tlalchapa. You can search free satellite map (2024) of El Salto.

#4 Hotels and Accommodation near El Salto

Many people want to stay in the town of El Salto itself, but unfortunately there are no hotels in the village yet. Don't worry, we have created this list of the closest accommodations, so you can ask if they have rooms available:

#5 What to do in El Salto

Are you visiting and don't know what to do in El Salto? The list of the best places to visit in El Salto and nearby locations.
Mountains in El Salto for hiking and trails:
  • Cerro El Aguacate (1134 meters): 1.5 km walk (19 minutes), heading West.
  • Cerro El Molcajete (1007 meters): 1.6 km walk (22 minutes), heading Southeast.
  • Cerro El Flojo (1116 meters): 2.4 km walk (46 minutes), heading West.
  • Cerro Los Sauces (1198 meters): 3.1 km walk (41 minutes), heading North.
Other towns near El Salto:This information is based on geographical data. Distances may vary depending on terrain, driving style or walking conditions.

#6 Pictures of El Salto

Would you like to see what this town looks like and enjoy landscape pictures of El Salto? We have located on the Internet several beautiful images of places and locations nearby, so you can see the beauty of this Mexican town. Some are artistic pictures and others are simply panoramic pictures taken by amateurs and friends who simply like El Salto.

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#7 Vote for El Salto as the most beautiful town in Mexico

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#9 Other towns in the Municipality of Tlalchapa

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  2. El Charco (61 inhabitants)
  3. El Coco (- inhabitants)
  4. El Paso de Amatitlán (154 inhabitants)
  5. Huaxquial (139 inhabitants)
  6. La Ceiba (Las Ceibas) (21 inhabitants)
  7. La Montaña (370 inhabitants)
  8. Los Nopales (271 inhabitants)
  9. Otlatepec (Agua del Padre) (657 inhabitants)
  10. Paso del Cascalote (- inhabitants)
  11. Puerto de Allende (Puerta de Arriba) (90 inhabitants)
  12. San Juan (94 inhabitants)
  13. San Miguel Tecomatlán (1111 inhabitants)
  14. Tlanexpa (133 inhabitants)
  15. Villa Madero (El Potrero) (1182 inhabitants)