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Wanda Mines, Wanda

Categories: Tourist Spots, Mines
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web
Descend below the Earth's surface and enter a cavern of glittering gems at Wanda Mines. You can take a tour through the amethyst mines' tunnels, seeing and touching the sparkling stones, while your guide explains how they're mined and polished. Don't be surprised, however, if your guide tries hard to convince you to buy jewelry at the mines' gift shop. It's probably best to bypass the shop altogether, as some visitors claim fake jewelry made of glass instead of gemstones was sold to them there. Our Wanda tour planner makes visiting Wanda Mines and other Wanda attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Not led us to mine, just to the shopping Hall. Something which lay the excursions and filling in what obviously take their part. Had things very cute and interesting but faces, yase makes by it gral.el last day of the excursion when to nobody you is almost money, at least was our case. A waste of time.
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  • Fuismos the long weekend of October, the ride is picturesque, normal I do not say that a loss was of time to go but it's something that you can pasasrtelo without problems. When you finish the tour by the mine will take you to the sector of gifts where they sell everything in stones, there is a place that does not allow you to take pictures for the "high quality products that are" but sold us a few rings at a high cost, saying that they were steel quirirjico and 3 days we went color! A shame that cheated you as well, a lack of respect that one trust and sell you expensive things to poor quality.
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  • The ride is worth it from beginning to end! The guides were good, and the fascinating mines! If you're willing to split up a couple of hours to meet do not regret!
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  • It is very interesting to see how the precious stones are harvested inside the mine and processed afterwards. The entry price includes a tour through the mines with a guide. Furthermore a small exhibition of fossils and a small park that tells you something about common Guarani myths (the local Indigenous people) at the side of mine can be visited with the same entrance fee. But these side attractions are rather small but still nice. Everything closes at 17:00 (5pm)
  • It is really nice to see the mines and all kinds of things done with the minerals.
  • My first try at a post. I thought I hit all the stars. Sorry. 5 STARS can't wait to visit in March
  • Good. Very expensive the stones
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  • The visit is good...
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