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Valle del Lunarejo, Rivera

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  • Of the Lunarejo Valley is a protected area located in the North of Uruguay. He is accessed by route 30 near the town of Masoller. You can leverage the trip to learn about a geographic area disputed between Uruguay and Brazil as limit answered, denomnado Rincón de Artigas. It is suggestive to observe how in online maps this area is drawn in red, attentive to the characteristics of limit constestado. Worth a stroll by the vera Lunarejo Brook and ask the locals how to access a water eye and a waterfall that are emblematic of the Lunarejo Valley.
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  • Of the Lunarejo Valley is a beautiful place to visit for those who want tranquility, rest, and a unique scenery to admire. There is also an Inn in the Valley where you can eat very well and also tourist guides to better appreciate the landscape and learn the flora, fauna and history of the place
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  • The place has a small, simple, cozy, pleasant, where the food service, despite the little diversity, offers delicious dishes. There is no need to be hosted to enjoy the restaurant. You can also schedule tours such as "eco-tourism". Good thing for nature lovers!
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  • Excellent place. While for coming to know there is no much information. It's something to improve. The place is great for a relaxing paradise
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  • Unfortunately, like so many places, getting this far is an extreme Raid because the path is a complete disaster. It better, there is no information clear about which is better access, so we went, we spent spinning on all sides, we went by the side of the Inn but it was closed and no one in the area knew we indicate how to reach the area of the waterfalls. It is no man's land. Nor do we raise the blade, in sum that we gave a thousand laps and fail to see almost anything. If you are going to get you to this distant place, you better get as much info as possible, but prays for that Eastern opened the Inn while you charge, unless they take you on a tour through the area. A real shame. Sone with that visit many years and very disappointed again.
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  • I know it, it's really beautiful
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  • It's a place I've visited, in the abelenda, the balconies, the Inn and over the road is a place of varied vegetation a unique landscape and lots of energy. the truth is a paradise
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  • Excellent relaxation resting place, re-fuel at the inns in place since to enter the Valley they are private property, the influx of Brook is very low, there are no canyons in sight or waterfalls along the way going to Brook, for that have to enter the Valley and be guided to the location.
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