Cascada Dora y Santa Ana, Villa La Angostura
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Cascada Dora y Santa Ana is located in Villa La Angostura. Plan to visit Cascada Dora y Santa Ana during your Villa La Angostura vacation using our convenient Villa La Angostura travel itinerary planner.
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  • waterfall beautiful, keep in mind that we must pass the Argentine border road to Chile, the road is a tiring path but worth the effort its beauty
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  • Simply excellent! It must be borne in mind that to get have to do migrations in the paso Cardenal Samoré. It is reached through a well-marked path with red spots on trees. It's good to grab one or two sticks that are supported by the cartel's income to the path as in parts of the path are essential, after seeing Dora waterfall, one returns to the trail and goes to Santa Ana, you have to cross a stream and a river. for after a small stretch to see... just awesome waterfall, the water fall, the place... Once there it is good to climb a bit and go behind the waterfall where one is located on a road with a special stone ceiling... is shocking.
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  • It is without a doubt a few of the experiences more strong and beautiful nature has given me. After a fairly tiring walk is accessed the first of both. Dora waterfall while it is very nice, is being pushed with what follows. PRA that we are not trained in the trekking, to access the Santa Ana waterfall is exhausting. But once at the foot of the same that tiredness is diluted. Waterfall of about 50 stunning meters is framed in a sort of striking rock Amphitheater. Access to it is climbing a slope and once on it and stood behind the waterfall the show is complete. Unfortunately I do not advise it to children under 12 and people over 60 who are not very well prepared. He Transact customs and everything else, with time on your side, are forgotten. 100% recommended.
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