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Book a guide in advance or try to get one in town as you find a parking spot! You can cliff jump form different spots, just make sure you are with someone of experience! Dont forget to Climb down to the last and highest waterfall!
The waterfalls and the hike are quite an easy adventure from El Tunco and they are quite nice especially the last waterfall (Pictures Below). The tour group from Tunco Lodge costs 10 dollars per person which is quite expensive based on other 10 dollar activities...More
Certainly a change from the beaches! Took a chicken bus (187) on the highway from El Tunco. When we arrived at Tamanique we found a local who offered to guide us. As others mention it’s not an easy walk but rewarding when you get down...More
Just a short drive out of El Tunco is this awesome waterfall hike. It is a "hike" so make sure you are prepared to work for it :) Some nice spots to swim and cool off. For the daredevil there are some cliff jumps. Take...More
Getting to the waterfalls is an adventure in itself. Myself and a few friends headed up from El Tunco, catching the Tamanique chicken bus which comes by hourly and is packed with locals. The trip is roughly about a 30 minute drive which is predominantly...More
A definite must while in El Tunco.
About 15 from town. Easy drive.
Found Nelson upon my arrival in Tamanique village. Friendly and very knowledgeable.
Knew the lay of the land well (grew up there) Had me take one route down and a step and...More
I loved it! But it is a steep walk down and a steep walk back up. I'm 71 so take that into consideration but I'm also in good shape. There are actually 2 waterfalls, the first is the smaller of the two, and where you...More
We booked a day trip with El Sunzal Surf Co. The trip was very reasonably priced. Our driver didn't speak a lot of English, but he spoke some and was very friendly. The waterfalls themselves are free, and there are public busses that run there,...More