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A nice and rewarding walk

Situated 16 km from the centre of Tarapoto it is easily accessible from the village of San Antonio... read more

Reviewed July 8, 2017
PierreAvo
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A beautiful ending to a wonderful trek

What makes the Huacamaillo Waterfall so great, is the trekking you have to make to get there. It... read more

Reviewed January 13, 2016
arturogoga
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Jul 8, 2017
“A nice and rewarding walk”
Jan 13, 2016
“A beautiful ending to a wonderful trek”
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Al borde del Rio Cumbayo, Tarapoto, Peru
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Reviewed July 8, 2017 via mobile

Situated 16 km from the centre of Tarapoto it is easily accessible from the village of San Antonio - there is a little local restaurant there too - Entrance fee is 3 pesos. The walk is about 1 hour to reach the falll. BUT be...More

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Reviewed January 13, 2016

What makes the Huacamaillo Waterfall so great, is the trekking you have to make to get there. It takes around and hour and a half, and you will have to cross the river around four times (make sure you bring some shoes you don't mind...More

1  Thank arturogoga
Reviewed June 27, 2014 via mobile

This is great waterfall with one of the better swimming pools. It is alitte bit of a walk to get there but work it. You will also pass some great street food on the way there. You will need to cross the river so make...More

2  Thank BRYAN W
Reviewed February 19, 2014

We booked this trip with Martin Zamora tours and got a friendly guide who explained us all the plants and animals during the tour. You need good walking shoes for most of the path, and best you buy some cheap rubber sandals with grippy bottom...More

5  Thank Limonade17
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CharlieAlanCrossley
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Response from PierreAvo | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can walk there on your own. Follow the red signs. Bit ne prepared to get a little wet to cross the Rio good shoes and plastic bags for Phones just in case
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