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The park hike is great but you are not allowed to swim in the natural pools. When you finish the full hike and go back to the administration, you will see just before reaching the park buildings a road forking to your left and a...More
We drove to this site from Treinta Y Tres and had a great time while we were here. The hike itself is fun and challenging, but not difficult. It starts in a high dry grassland environment and takes you down into a canyon With a...More
There are not many hilly spots in Uraguay and so it is worth the 25 kilometre drive down dirt roads to visit this place. Entrance fees are only 30 pesos and then you have access to this wild valley. You can drive on in to...More
The Quebrada is about 35km north of Treinta y Tres. There are two ways to get there: one is on a well cared for dirt road and the other is on a washboarded, pot-holed, cow grazing, greater rhea surrounded, slow-moving, gaucho road. If you're not...More
My daughter and I rode horses for 3 hours to get there. We then walked to the Gorge, which was beautiful with loads turkey vultures soaring. We had nice lunch at the home of a local lady, before riding 3 hours back to Estancia Pinos...More