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We visited the fall with our children aged 5 and 3. We did not take a guided tour, but probably will next time. Kids felt like real adventurers, going over the hanging bridges and looking over the stream. The natural swimming pool was empty, I...More
We biked up there having decided already that we wanted to spend those 65 USD / pax for the whole thing. Please keep in mind that it is a cash only place.
Yes it was a lot of money but we really enjoyed ourselves.
The waterfall is located in a private rainforest "park" that also offers a canopy tour. The short loop walk consists of trails and numerous rope/cable bridges,and might be difficult for people with knee, hip or balance issues. You are handed a walking stick upon payment...More
We were thinking this would be a hike, however, it’s really just a short walk. We paid 5 entrance fee. The grounds are very well marked and beautiful. They have really worked to preserve the area. You can swim at the end if you want.
As this waterfall is on private property they charge you 5 dollars for literally a five minute walk to view the falls that really are not very spectacular.....maybe in the wet season they might be. We went there because supposedly there are numerous humming birds...More
We came here on our first day in El Valle. Walked from our Airbnb to go see the waterfall. We went off the trail and hiked a different trail while we were there besides the main because we wanted to have more exercise. The place...More
This waterfall was fine, but we've seen much bigger/better. The walk is quite short and while it's fun to walk on the suspension bridges, we found ourselves saying "was that all?" when we were suddenly back where we began. If you have low expectations, it...More
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Go through the main town of El Valle... past the market on your left (there is a little tourism office there) keep going over a little bridge... take the right fork (you will see tourist signs to El Macho) just a little way... More
Go through the main town of El Valle... past the market on your left (there is a little tourism office there) keep going over a little bridge... take the right fork (you will see tourist signs to El Macho) just a little way further will be a grass roofed hut on the left... parking area is just before it... $5 for hike, $5 to use the public swimming pool and about $50 to go on the ziplines.