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It is good to do by bike, rent one for half day for 10 USD. Depending how good you are in cycling and how many stops you to it takes ca 1 hour to reach the wall. It is slightly uphill and much easier to...More
We rented bicycles to get to this place, as they say it’s about 6 km from the center of town, that said, it definitely felt longer than 6 km. Would recommend to do this early in the morning as it gets quite hot, plus bring...More
We rented bikes for $15 for the day per person, and rode over to the Wall of Tears. Took us 2 hours or so with stops along the way. Fairly easy track to cycle with a few small uphill inclines. Along the way you may...More
I highly recommend renting a bike with a lock to ride to the wall of tears. The entire path takes about 3 hours depending on whether or not you stop along the way, and hike up to the lookouts at the end of the trail....More
Great to go early morning or at sunset rent a bike in town for 3 an hour, you will need 2 hours, 3 if you stop at beaches. The cycling is a bit up the last of the 5km. Rent a bike with lock, then...More
The path to the wall is nice. The easiest way to enjoy this path would be to ride a bike. Once at the wall, walk to the top and to the very end of the stairs. The view is beautiful. There a some nice stops...More
We hired bicycles and enjoyed the trip there and back. We are fit and active and unless one leaves early in the morning 0600hrs ish it’s a hot old walk to and from the centre of town.
We cycled along slowly enjoying the iguanas, giant...More
Highly recommend renting a bike to go to the Wall of Tears. The trail runs parallel to the ocean and heading out of town, the scenery is beautiful. Note the road is sandy in some places so not as easy of a ride when you...More