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This is a good park to walk around as long as its not too busy. When it is busy becomes too noisey. Take a BBQ and grill some meat with the family. Splash in the pools and under the waterfalls. Lovely... more »
unless we missed something really important that everyone is keeping a secret, then this is only worth doing if you happen to be in Ybycui. Do not make a special trip here. a) it is small b) the falls... more »
An entrance fee to this park, and also a long walk to the waterfalls. It's a muddy track to the waterfalls and about 3km away. Lovely to see all the different butterfly's on the walk. The waterfalls a... more »
IT SUCKS AND WAS AWESOME!!!!!!! BI_POLAR!!!!!!!=) by the way the starbucks there was, like, awesomesauce
Beautiful historical place!
Janneth CuevasIs very good the place :-)
Giampaolo FicorilliThere is place for camping, the cost of entry is 5,000 per person and another 5,000 for camping (per tent). It has bathrooms with showers and unsexed. The weekend we went was full of people (logically to the next day the baths were impossible), too many people camping it was not what we wanted, so we toured a few trails and find more secluded areas for camping and have a more adventurous experience with children and with no one around. There are many places prepared even with racks of cement on the banks of the arroyo ready for camping side. There are safety, the road is land but when we were even with the rain I was very well. Many kilometres of trails suitable for travel with children, including Arroyo steps are easy to cross helping hand. The salto escondido very cute but it is a long walk, there are many waterfalls and natural pools, crystal clear water.
Daniel Angel RobledoVery nice great place to spend the day with family
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