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We went there as a part of our tour to Otavalo.
Nice addition to the day trip. A relaxing short walk will take you on a pebble road through Eucalyptus trees, ending at the waterfall. We saw some camping spots on the way. Would be...More
Nice chance to get out and be with nature. Easy walk on pavement and cobblestones to waterfall. You can close and get a nice shower to cool you off. Wear quick dry clothes. At the top, a worker brought out a couple llamas. We were...More
Take the short hike along a walled cobble stoned path. Lots to see along the way as you pass a campground and a small settlement. You can view the falls from a small bridge below the falls or climb to the top on some steep...More
Short walk from our B&B
Lots of stairs and cobblestone walkway
Lots of bathrooms along the trail
Prepare to get wet if you want to get close but well worth it
It’s free but they do take donations to help
Nice nature, but compared to all the other amazing places in Ecuador this place is just ok. It was an easy walk on the pavement trail to the bottom of the waterfall, but if you would like to see it from the top, you have...More
Went here after going to otavalo, about 20-30 minutes from the town. Very nice walk. A lot of stairs and a little steep but very doable cause not very far from the entrance. Doesn’t cost anything only voluntary funds.
Very pretty loved the waterfall and...More
Easy 10 minute walk on cobblestone for kids. Little places to find lunch and locally made items. If you stand right at the falls you get a bit moist from the spray. Longer walks available along the trails.
You could get a taxi, it would probably cost you $5.00. Walking is far an the bus would leave you in the road where you would still need to walk. Either way, the route is from the market towards the Panamericana road via... More
You could get a taxi, it would probably cost you $5.00. Walking is far an the bus would leave you in the road where you would still need to walk. Either way, the route is from the market towards the Panamericana road via Ibarra (North), you pass the circle and then two blocks to the right and then straight until you teach the railroad, then make a left until you find the parking space for the Peguche waterfall, by car about 8 minutes, by foot maybe 45 minutes. There is no entrance fee but the community will ask you for a dontation. There are crafts for sale too. Enjoy