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Fun excursion but a bit dirty and not well maintained

yeah, go give it a try. Rocky hike up, but several cascading water falls. NOT well maintained... read more

Reviewed 27 February 2018
Kevin K
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Cupertino, California
We loved this!

This is a small waterfall, with a little bit of a hike up the mountain. The oranges are yumm, you... read more

Reviewed 12 February 2017
chalbe
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Toronto
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27 Feb 2018
“Fun excursion but a bit dirty and not well maintained”
12 Feb 2017
“We loved this!”
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La Piedra Pintada, El Valle de Anton 1001, Panama
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 4 January 2011

An enchanting experience! Crisp, clean water to frolic in! Its name in Spanish is "Chorro de Los Enamorados", and you will find it, along with many more breathtaking waterfalls, behind the painted stone ("La Piedra Pintada"). There is no admission fee to the falls themselves,...More

14  Thank MichaelDucharme
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Reviewed 21 April 2015 via mobile

This is located near the town center of El Valle De Anton, a lovely town in the hills of Panama. El Valle is extremely busy on the weekends. Many Panamanians have weekend homes here. A week day visit will be less crowded. The site is...More

3  Thank igot2itchyfeet
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Reviewed 27 February 2018

yeah, go give it a try. Rocky hike up, but several cascading water falls. NOT well maintained, handrails broken, trashy (hey it's Panama right, there's trash everywhere). Charge $3 US for foreigners, less for Panamanians. Bathrooms @ bottom. Locals will offer to guide for small...More

3  Thank Kevin K
Reviewed 12 February 2017

This is a small waterfall, with a little bit of a hike up the mountain. The oranges are yumm, you will go by some hieroglyphics which are beautiful. Then you will come to this waterfall, water shoes in the pond would be nice lots of...More

2  Thank chalbe
Reviewed 28 November 2016 via mobile

I've stayed in Anton several and just revisited these falls but opted out of the zip-line this time. The trail is short but absolutely beautiful. Not too strenuous and (unnecessary walking sticks available) you get great views of the falls from the trail. There is...More

4  Thank Steve C
Reviewed 20 June 2016

This water fall is awesome, more with the sleeping indian girl story, If you go near this place you should stop there

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Reviewed 9 February 2016

Not for the physically challenged but if you don't mind a bumpy ride through the jungle to see a breathtaking falls, with magnificent vista along the way, this is well worth the trip. Yes, swimming is allowed in the pool at the base of the...More

Thank TheRevs02
Reviewed 5 November 2015

It's nice on your way down from La India Dormida, but it is NOT a destination. There are other Mountain Tour companies that can get you much better and more secluded falls off the beaten path.

2  Thank theferal
Reviewed 19 June 2015 via mobile

A nice waterfall. A part of 3 watrfalls. A small pool to visit. We enjoyed the el macho a little better.

1  Thank DavidSonicbon
Reviewed 21 April 2015 via mobile

This is located near the town center of El Valle De Anton, a lovely town in the hills of Panama. El Valle is extremely busy on the weekends. Many Panamanians have weekend homes here. A week day visit will be less crowded. The site is...More

3  Thank igot2itchyfeet
Reviewed 28 December 2014

$2 fee to get in. On the way to the waterfall people had bags of tangerines for sale for $1. We bought some and a tasty treat while watching the falls. My daughter had so much fun swimming and jumping from the top of the...More

4  Thank 8sydney11
Reviewed 7 October 2014

First, go through town well past the central market and follow the signs left to the petroglyphs, and santa Cruz shrine. Just before the shrine you will see the sidewalk entrance on your left, probably with some vendors. Pay your $2.25 entry fee and follow...More

7  Thank Brad S
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Response from Steve C | Reviewed this property |
I just checked my pictures and the sign doesn't indicate hours-just the $5 price. A family of indigenous folks live up at the beginning of the trail proper so I would think that you could give them money anytime. The wife... More
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