Cascada del Toro Muerto, Mina Clavero

(3.8/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Hike up to Cascada del Toro Muerto, a stunning waterfall on the Panaholma River. Ample parking space, restaurants, and barbecue equipment make the waterfall area a great place for camping or a picnic. Admire the picturesque cascade, relax in the shade of trees, or try diving into the natural pools. For a small entrance fee, you can take full advantage of the camping services, restrooms, grills, and other amenities of the waterfall complex. See Cascada del Toro Muerto and all Mina Clavero has to offer by arranging your trip with our Mina Clavero family vacation planner.
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  • Nestled in a spectacular place, waterfall, and your slow cooker is ideal for swimming. But best to walk along the river and see the diversity of landscapes.
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  • Not fail to visit this place and above all listen to the silence and the singing of the birds. It was a beautiful experience and is close, easy to reach. The clean water that goes down to the river. A splendid place that gives us our country!
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  • We went with friends to spend the afternoon and had a great time. The waterfall serves as a small Spa ideal to enjoy the view of the waterfall and take a few mates. For those who like the trekkin you can follow the river for several miles what becomes a fantastic hike in which, depending on the chosen path, the difficulty varies drastically. The site charges a $60 entry and takes place to leave your vehicle. The negative part is how hard that is reached due to the terrible state of road and the almost complete lack of signage.
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