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This was a cheap, fun activity with our teen/pre-teen daughters. Take a picnic to eat at the covered tables before you start the little hike. The end of the walk where you can see the waterfalls had some pretty dangerous drops, so I wouldn't recommend...More
$5 each gets you a walking stick (pole) and entry to the trail. There are numerous swinging rope bridges to cross on the way to and from the waterfall (it's a circular trail). We went in the dry season so there wasn't much flow but...More
We expected a large water fall and I guess we did not do enough research before going. We thought we may be able to swim in the falls.
It is $7 per person to walk over a small suspension bridge and from a distance you...More
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
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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.