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We left Tilcara with the car and took the road to Garganta del Diablo. Some say you can walk but I recommend taking the car and enjoy the road with many curbs to get to the parking place close to La Garganta. You need to...More
It's a nice place to visit when in Tilcara, but I would go crazy over it. You drive about half an hour through a narrow (mostly single lane), twisty and uphill road up the side of a mountain, then park and walk for about 20...More
Having read another review by a family with young children we decided to drive up to the kiosk entry instead of walking. The road is quite rough and mostly single lane. The steep parts are not for a faint hearted driver, but fantastic views of...More
We parked at the edge of town and hiked up a hot dusty path (to be expected since we started a bit late). At about 3.8 km, you hit the road that othesr use to drive to the same spot. Then at 4 km, there...More
The walk is nice and short if you reach the parking by car, otherwise you can walk up by 4 km from Tilcara (mostly through a separate pathway). The troath is short and not very impressive, while the small waterfall at the end of the...More
The walk leaves from Tilcara town and is sign posted from Puente Tilcara and Av Huasamaya. The sign says 4km, think it may be a little shorter. Track is well formed and has signs at junctions. A small place sells drinks on the way up....More
This is a great half day activity. The walk from town is uphill and 4km. You get lovely views of the surrounding hills, cacti etc. Once you arrive you pay 30 pesos to go in to the actual devils throat area and walk up river...More