Lagunas de Yala, Yala
(2.7/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • A Switchback road surrounded by mountains, green and lots of nature. The Lakes do not offer much more than a nice view. There are paths for cycling or walking. It is worth to do it with time to walk around and enjoy the green.
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  • Nature, peace, tranquility, the lakes are beautiful, this very well maintained ecosystem (why algae!), should be considered the origin of them to understand its structure, base, banks. It is not a trip for those who want to tourism infrastructure, is for those who enjoy and understand nature. The way even a rainy day very well.
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  • The path of ascent is not in good condition and is very tiring. Two lagoons are colonized by a horrible algae, the coast of lagoons is mud. Forget about service, there is nothing. So far, the bad. Now the good news: amazing scenery surrounded by a thick and very beautiful forest. Very quiet until it arrives first with speakers to put cumbia, but you can still change of place. Trails: beautiful, tranquil, colorful birds. When the weather's nice surely will have incredible views of the distant mountains, but it happens not often (twice I went didn't have that luck). And the way back to Kings, very good (except for two sections that collapsed in a rain and rebuilt as they could) and with breathtaking views towards the bottom of the Valley. Long, Yes, but not so tiring; and just when one begins to tire becomes Termas de Reyes, enjoy a little more of the landscape and continues along a paved road. It is not Bariloche and Iguazu falls, but if they are in Jujuy don't miss it. Rainforest, landscapes, birds and tranquility. It's worth the time.
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