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To get on the place we need to descend from 4500 meter above the sea, where you will able to enjoy amazing views of thick jungle, fog, green everywhere,just an incredible exprience.
I started from La paz , here I took a mini bus(capacity of...More
We took a minivan from the centre of Coroico for only 3 dollars per person. We only saw the third waterfall - but it was stunning. Easy to find - about 20 minutes walk following a path from the dirt road. There is also a...More
I don't have words, because this moment 🏞, I passed with my girlfriend 😍💑, when we was in the waterfall 😎, ufffaa..! IT WAS GREAT 😃, I liked to know the tree waterfalls in my aniversary ❤ with my girlfriend *MISHELL* 😚, I hope to...More
We did the 3 cascades walk on a very warm day. It is a pleasant walk from town but make sure you wear long pants and a long sleeve top of you don't want to get too scratched. For us it was a perfect compromise...More
I know you can go to the waterfalls via bus or taxi but we weren't in a rush so decided to walk. We only made it to the 1st waterfall (which was dammed and blocked by a concrete wall), maybe the 2nd one (barely visible)...More
We took the bus for 5bs. from Coroico to the San Juan waterfall, entrance is a 3Bs and after a sort hike uphill one can dip into an artificial pool just below the waterfall. There a cabins to change clothes and on the parking one...More
My family and I went here during our stay in Coroico in January. I had been some 7 years ago when the 3rd waterfall was still just a waterfall with nothing constructed on and around it and no other people around. It was something of...More
You can get to the first falls walking from town in about 1.5 hours. Lonely Planet says something or other about a trail from El Calvario... don't do it. Not maintained, you'll feel like you're lost the entire time, and climbs to an unnecessary altitude...More
Quite the sight. I think this is one of the highest waterfalls around, quite impressive. I think it is worth stopping to see but I would not do much more than take a few pictures and maybe have a snack there.