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Cachoeira do Pinga, Triunfo
(3.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Cachoeira do Pinga is located in Triunfo. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Triunfo holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Cachoeira do Pinga and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • The waterfall is dry due to drought in the city that lasts 3 years. No visit is being held for this reason.
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  • I walked all the way to see the waterfall. A disappointment ... The drought has destroyed everything and the waterfall no longer exists. The place is deserted and without proper conservation, and being distant from the city and the path of mud and stones had can be dangerous. DON'T GO BECAUSE THERE IS NOTHING TO SEE. NOT EVEN A STREAM. ALL DRY AND BADLY INSULATED.
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  • I went with the dry falls, but still worth it because of the high view to the vastness of the outback. The place has good infrastructure, with cement path and handrail to get down to the waterfall. I saw the sign at the entrance to pay a ticket, but when I went there was no one to charge, I think because it was dry.
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