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Frank v wrote a review Dec 2018
Medellin, Colombia247 contributions57 helpful votes
The waterfall is just an other waterfall the hike is ok. With staps etc. Not wurth the walk from the village.
Date of experience: November 2018
Sam C wrote a review Dec 2017
Hong Kong, China587 contributions30 helpful votes
The fall isn't beautiful at all and they charged $40 per person which I don't think is reasonable...
Date of experience: December 2017
Sam O wrote a review Nov 2015
Antibes, France131 contributions46 helpful votes
If walking from El Bolson town the path is not very clear at all to find this waterfall - we got lost 3 times. But people are super friendly here so we found our way and it was worth the walk! There's a very dodgy looking bridge full of holes we crossed to get there but locals cross it all the time to get to the cemetry so it's fine (i think!!). Stunning place with three cascades of water. Really lovely and worth a visit…
Date of experience: November 2015
Sandra K wrote a review Mar 2015
Munich, Germany29 contributions11 helpful votes
It is better to enter the marked trail from the cemetery on the north end of El Bolson (remiss costs 70 peso). When we went it seems to be low season and no one was there. The picnic area was dirty full of trash and cigarette butts. The waterfall itself was quite small. From the main parking, there is a trail connecting to Indian head. We found that trail more interesting as there were wild blackberries everywhere!…
Date of experience: March 2015
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HeyZeus82 wrote a review Mar 2015
Menlo Park, California15 contributions3 helpful votes
This place was near one of our hostels. We took off for a morning run in hopes to show my girlfriend this little waterfall and then cross over to the Cada del Indio (Indian face rock). This place is small and good for those not looking for much of an adventure.
Date of experience: February 2015