Represa Rio Hondo, Termas de Rio Hondo

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Visit an important example of local engineering at Represa Rio Hondo, the site of a large dam and reservoirs. Built in 1967, the dam is 39.5 m (130 ft) tall and 2,368 m (7,769 ft) wide, supplying the area with irrigation and drinking water, hydroelectricity, and flood mitigation systems. Bring your binoculars with you to appreciate the abundant sights of birds, including herons and ducks. The reservoirs also provide ample fishing opportunities, with the warm waters home to catfish, wolf fish, and mackerel. A man-made beach offers plenty of leisure activities, including boating and water skiing. Before you head to Termas de Rio Hondo, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Termas de Rio Hondo vacation generator, to make sure you see all that Termas de Rio Hondo has to offer, including Represa Rio Hondo.
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  • The explanation of the guide was very complete. Is a place interesting to visit. Just that we were there opened a door and we saw with that force the water goes.
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  • More alla of the dam, that when there is pressure of water has an image beautiful, down to the coastal there is also a species of mini-salada, with variety of clothing and very good prices, and at the end of this, some grills where is eats spectacular and to very low price, with penalties and different shows. The best of hot springs.
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  • In July of 2007 visited the dam with the family of my sister. A place very nice to know, take photos. It has a space with jobs to eat. Very rich and economic.
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