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We visited in the hope to find somewhere to walk around. Guidance on the Lonely Planet website told us to visit the museum for information about walks, but they didn't have any, and directed us about 7km up the road. We kept driving and ended...More
We have rent a car for driving around Barranco de Guayadeque, but it is only recommended for experienced drivers. Roads are narrow and scary, but worth every miute.
Beautiful view, with the most special "built in the rock-village" I've ever seen. It's fascinatiing to see...More
We had a thoroughly enjoyable day out in the valleys and mountains and the Barranco de Guayadeque was our first stop. To find this place, navigate to the Museo de Guayadeque and then keep driving up the road where you will eventually come to a...More
Just returned from a fantastic day at this MUST DO trip. We hired a car and were able to visit at our own speed. The journey up there is stunning and very interesting. Visit the Museum on the way up, as then you’ll appreciate what...More
Highly recommend but don't follow directions via TA link; Google directs you to center of Carrizal! Thankfully another review on here mentioned a stop at the Museo de Guayadeque on the GC-103 which we navigated to and on up to a beautiful cafe with a...More
Great trip to the ravine to see the caves that were occupied by the first inhabitants of the island. Don't miss a visit to the Museo de Guayadeque on the GC-103 road (you can't miss it). Excellent museum built into a large cave. Very interesting...More
We visited the museum in the Ravine before hiking across the mountain, it is definitely worth the 6euros. It tells you so much about the people who lived in the caves and their way of life. We drove through the ravine and felt humbled by...More