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All reviews nice walk easy walk short hike tour group great place to visit worth the trip day trip condor park otavalo market eucalyptus trees solar calendar nice trail picnic area cobblestone path beautiful nature bridge donation
On tour in the neighbourhood of Otavalo we visited this waterfall after an easy walk. The area is quiet and green, a short walk through an easy trail brings you right in front of the fall. Worth a visit when in this area.
I think this maybe a disaster forming. The parck is nice, but extremely crafted with paths and fences. The waterfall starts naturally, but is manipulated near the bottom. Other sights at the parck seem made up (like the fertility tree) or recently made (like the...More
WEAR BUG REPELLANT!!!! i cannot stress this enough. Buy it there!!! But don’t go without it!!!!
There are several paths but unless you know exactly what you are doing you’re just guessing. They all lead to the gorgeous falls. The walk is nice but the...More
Okay it's not the largest or greatest waterfall that you will ever see but when on a day trip from Quito it is a pleasant addition. It's about a 30m drop followed by smaller cascades. You get a short 10 minute walk to stretch your...More
We were staying at a hacienda in Otavalo and the manager printed of a walk to the waterfall for us. The waterfall was delightful with lots of families enjoying the area but it certainly wasn't overcrowded. I'd highly recommend it for a day out.
You could get a taxi, it would probably cost you $5.00. Walking is far an the bus would leave you in the road where you would still need to walk. Either way, the route is from the market towards the Panamericana road via... More
You could get a taxi, it would probably cost you $5.00. Walking is far an the bus would leave you in the road where you would still need to walk. Either way, the route is from the market towards the Panamericana road via Ibarra (North), you pass the circle and then two blocks to the right and then straight until you teach the railroad, then make a left until you find the parking space for the Peguche waterfall, by car about 8 minutes, by foot maybe 45 minutes. There is no entrance fee but the community will ask you for a dontation. There are crafts for sale too. Enjoy