Quebrada de los Cuervos, Treinta Y Tres
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  • Is is of an of the best areas protected from the interior of the Uruguay. It is not easy to get there (the roads are in very bad condition), but it is worth the effort.
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  • This relates to a beautiful landscape surrounded by steppe. Without think the negative judgmental, Uruguay is not necessarily a land of large "aahhh"-moments. But this was my highlight. The Canyon is located in the National Park, which is not expensive with an entry of 50 UYU. The actual trail is a stretch of 2 km of dusty road in open country. You can ride them with his car, because there are parking spaces at the end. There are actually only this a trail which is a walking tour. The trails are so minimal as necessary expanded. At the same time you feel still safe, because along the way in difficult places ropes are stretched, in which you can hold down or pulling up. I am nature lover, but absolutely not athletic. The path measured with 3 h was also for me to deal with at this time. However, a certain Surefootedness (hiking boots or at least sneakers with profile) and durability are required. It's narrow dusty paths or stony paths up to steep rocky trails uphill or down. It's an exciting Hindernisparcour in the midst of beautiful nature. Unfortunately, the Park Administration is no card out. You can but first by the Rangers explain the way is on a map, you shoot best with Smartphone. You may not come off but by the way, this is well characterized. There are a few ways to take a break. A small bank after an hour (from the park entrance) and then my favorite part: a Rocky River Bank, where you can also bathing. Here the otters (which here are called nutria) and herons swim but with little luck. It is very flat, I could everywhere stand with 1, 65 m, and so the light flow is not a problem. The water is freezing cold and the panorama of a dream. Forests, cliffs, Palm trees. Pro: 1) my advantage - the low season! There were only a few people in the Park, even though I was on the weekend there. The Park opens 8: 00, but before 10: 00 nobody had made along the way. In the high season I would not walk here. (2) I was living in the Park in a hut which is to book y Tres city administration Treinta (website Intendência Treinta y Tres). The cabin was beautifully tucked away in a clearing near the entrance (five minutes) with 5 other cabins. Made of wood, with table, Bänkung and Stone grill before. There is no electricity, but a gas cooker, sink and crockery, a gas lamp and water heating by gas (used but not really lukewarm). The small bathroom is not illuminated, the shower is just a shower head in the wall, which sprenkelt the whole bathroom with a weak stream of water. 3 bunk beds. Toilet paper and linen were placed. The existing rugs were dirty, otherwise, the cottage was relatively clean / clean. I found truly idyllic accommodation, in the clearing, you can see the stars super and I met also a big iguana on the day. The cottage cost 800 UYU / night. There are in the Quebrada but only in close to the entrance of cell phone reception (network Antel). Cons: to get there only by car. The National Park is not accessible to public transport. The tip to drive halfway from Treinta y Tres with the long-haul bus and walk the rest, I think crazy. It's 25km over a free gravel road. Otherwise, only the day trips over the commercial Posadas outside the park or take a taxi, but remain. I chose the latter option and blame me properly. For a roundtrip ticket I have have to pay 100 euro (I was there 2 nights). For me this is ok because the experience of nature in hindsight, but this stopover has made it but quite expensive. An another con is the cumbersome procedure of booking. Actually, a deposit is required, which is not possible via Western Union. A bank transfer from Germany is not only fiercely expensive, but also complicated: you need additional information about the Bank, etc., my Bank was not able to explain to me what actually are the required data. Fortunately, me has made the proposal the Intendência without booking deposit. Tourists from Europe, it is not set here. Also, there is generally little information about the conditions in the Park (there is a refrigerator, you can cook, the cabins have private bathrooms). I was ultimately very satisfied and would recommend always there - but rather in the off season.
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  • Group of "boomers" friends, we face a trip to the Gorge of Ravens. With stay of one night in the country Inn "El Capricho", a couple of km from the entrance to the Gorge. It was really a memorable experience make the "long" journey, despite persistent rain. It requires some good physical condition in some stretches, and particularly footwear with good adhesion, ideal trekking boots. You should hire a guide to enjoy all the wonders that are, and also for security reasons. The own posada eventually provides it. A magical feeling to reach certain places. Highly recommended.
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  • The tour which is only on foot takes approximately 2 hours. $50 entry will be charged.
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  • Excellent ride. It takes all day. Walk and enjoy the flora, fauna and landscape
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  • It is a walk of all day that is worth doing it! If you can be out of season, much better.
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  • Wonderful place! Two circuits for travel and childcare services parks. THE main circuit is of the Gorge itself. It is a path of average demand (to not panic that it seems hard but easy,) and the tour is worthwhile! Of incalculable beauty! As one ascends again increasingly more close to the birds that fly over on one. Brook is a beautiful place! The second circuit is the waterfall. Not go away if you do the same! Another landscape, another point of view! Here if it should be a little more careful as some sections of the road have many loose stones and it becomes slippery, but reach the waterfall is worth! Safety pin!
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  • One of the best places I've been in Uruguay... Its flora and fauna tranquility their place itself is beautiful... The landscapes of the road
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