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Quito, Ecuador
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Clair C wrote a review Sep 4
London, United Kingdom3 contributions
Review of: Mindo Ziplining
This was absolutely fantastic. Mateus and Marco were wonderful. I have a fear of heights but Marco went with me on each of zip lines making me feel very comfy and relaxed. The views are stunning. Highly recommend.
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Date of experience: September 2022
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Jim B wrote a review Jul 2021
Parker, Colorado117 contributions227 helpful votes
It is a beautiful drive from Quito with options for side trips along the way. Our trip included stops at a humming bird pavilion and a chocolate factory. We chose to walk the forest path to the falls and ride the cable car out. The hike is relatively easy, with steps in the steeper parts, but the entry fee includes the loan of a walking stick. The forest itself is very interesting. We had hired a local guide in Quito (LincolnJabra - most highly recommended) who shared his amazing knowledge of the plant and animal life in the forest - every house plant you have ever owned growing the size of trees; air plants everywhere, especially orchids; and tropical birds. The short cable car ride across the deep valley was a fun ending. Because of COVID, they do a temperature check on every visitor, encourage social distancing, and sanitize the cable car after every use.
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Date of experience: June 2021
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ATWtraveler wrote a review Mar 2021
Waikiki, Hawaii93 contributions55 helpful votes
We took the Cable Car (Tarabita) over and back and hiked the trail down to the "Large" waterfall. Limited tourists now so no lines and only a couple other people. Trail maintenance and steps are in disrepair, 20 mins down, 30 mins up. The Large waterfall is just a small 12-15 ft cascade over a few rocks and the forest is not really very impressive. We hike regularly in Hawaii where we live and those hike are much more scenic in terms of lush greenery, flowers, birds and real waterfalls. Maybe something to do if you are in the area but definitely not as a daytrip from Quito.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Purplepilot wrote a review Feb 2020
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We had such a fun day. The tour guides were amazing! We had young kids with us and they really helped the kids out. Our kids loved it so much and wanted to do the route again. I would highly recommend this place to anyone.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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CA_Traveller80 wrote a review Feb 2020
Stockton, California16 contributions2 helpful votes
I absolutely loved this trip!! It was such a wonderful experience. It is strenuous if you want to see all 7 waterfalls. The queen waterfall (Cascada Reina) takes 50 minutes to reach. In all, I was hiking for 4 hours and that was at a decent pace. Oh, and at one point, I had to take off my shoes and socks to cross the river to get to one of the waterfalls. It wasn’t too deep, but the rocks are slippery. So be careful and take your time getting steady footing. Some recommendations: wear bug spray (there are mosquitos out there), bring water and some snacks. You will be burning calories hiking up and down to reach the waterfalls. So, you need to stay hydrated and maintain your energy throughout. It costs $6 to take a taxi from the center of Mindo to the waterfalls. Well worth it because you can conserve your energy. Unless you really want to walk uphill on a windy road for an hour before the actual hike begins. Have fun!!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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