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We are pretty sure we were robbed here. We were only here for a Day Trip. Visited 5 things and all points to here as being the location. We left a backpack in a locked van w some valuables in it.
Perfect location to have...More
On the way to start the walk to the Sleeping Indian Girl... Just a couple of rocks with some quite interesting carvings on them. Lots of local children lurking around to "help" you understand what they are there for etc...
The walk up the hill is challenging. Go with good grip shoes. It is very humid an the rocks can be slippery if you do not go with the right shoes. Take your swimming suit because the heat will make you want to get in...More
We went on a hike after it rained so we decided only to go to the second waterfall, about a 45 minute hike up. After the second waterfall it became too muddy to climb all the way to the top and then somehow manage to...More
First time here an can say it will be a favorite on our next visit.
The trail is much more than just the petroglyphs. You can go and enjoy 3 small waterfalls and if you keep going you will arrive to India Dormida mountain.
A local told us the story of the bolder with the hieroglyphics on it. It would be nice if they had a pamphlet with the story written on it. They don't charge $1 to get in anymore. I think it was $5. It's a short...More
Our guide told us the ancient drawings are pre Columbian. the glyphs were very interesting and we marveled at what they could possibly mean? To see the glyphs is a short walk from the parking lot and a few bucks to get in. If you're...More
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It is at the bottom of the path leading up to the Sleeping Indian (La India Dormida) which is signposted (although a little badly) from the centre of town. Once you find the Capilla Santa Cruz then the entry to the path is... More
It is at the bottom of the path leading up to the Sleeping Indian (La India Dormida) which is signposted (although a little badly) from the centre of town. Once you find the Capilla Santa Cruz then the entry to the path is next to that...