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The entrance fee is 10,000 pesos per person. I was walking thru. The path is very sandy and rocky so shoes with thick soles are best. There are some steep hills also. Stay on the paths. You cannot swim in any if the ponds. The...More
We didn't actually go in but saw it from another trip (ATV) but it really wouldn't be worth visiting separately and paying the entrance fee. Pleasant enough from a distance, on a sunny day, for a minute or two. That's all
To be honest, we were expecting a little bit more. We were cycling through the countryside, so we did not have to go out of our way and the entrance fee isn't too steep (7000), but still not very impressive. Ironically I thought the pozo...More
The site of these holes is in the middle of nowhere; going by quad runners or motor bikes or on horses would be more fun than by taxi, which was the way we did. Once there, you look at the holes and that’s it...I did...More
They will charge you 10.000 pesos for the right to walk 45 minutes to see six green pools of water in semi-urban surroundings. It is a nice walk to stretch your legs, but hardly worth the cost. The are signs saying that it can be...More