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Also known as Charca El Roble or Charca de la Leche, the site has impressive falls. Once you get to the river, you can enjoy the natural pool, jump from the boulders or explore a small underwater cave.
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The falls are beautiful. There are steep steps to walk up and down so it may not be ideal for small children. The cost to enter is only a $5 fee to park your car. The water is a little cold and I imagine it...More
We jumped off and thru the waterfall. It was raining and it didn’t really matter of affect us. I felt like it was sketchy jumping from some of the parts cause you have to make sure and jump out. That’s why I like Charco Frio...More
Beautiful rainforest and falls. Spectacular photos. Easy walk (we went in flip flops). Make sure you ask a local for directions. Our first attempt took us on a route where the road was washed out. We eventually went 111. Lots of people jumping and swimming....More
I almost enjoyed the walk to and from the waterfalls more than the falls themselves. Beautiful rainforest. We were here early on a saturday morning. On the first fall there where local families having a day out and heaps of kids in all ages playing...More
Absolutely must visit when in the area, access for a cheap $5 parking fee for two very nice waterfalls. the one has a rope on a tree over the pool of the water fall and you can swing over and jump in. there is some...More
What a great place! Worth the drive! It’s about 2 hours from San Juan. The waterfalls are spectacular. My children (8/13 yrs old) enjoyed swimming in the cool river water and watching the fish. My husband loved jumping from the rocks into the water and...More
We visited in the pouring rain and had a great time swimming and going off of the rope swing at the second falls. If you're going to jump or swing, try to find a local or someone who just did it to make sure you're...More
The first falls are a stairway down to a place for a dip. The second waterfall and pool beneath is lovely and refreshing! It was a short walk along a cement pathway through the trees and down a rock path to the pool. . If...More