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Cascadas de Latas

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Misahualli, Ecuador
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Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

There is a hike around 30 minutes that’s totally worth it, cause later you can take a dip in a natural pool made from the waterfall water, the entrance cost 1,50 for nationals, bring water for the hike and a snack for after

Thank Pablo L
Reviewed 13 May 2018

The most beautiful place on earth! It was truly like being in the Garden of Eden. The entire 45 minute hike was just breathtaking. Rubber boots are highly recommended if there has been a lot of rain and be careful because it can also be...More

Thank GodsGirl9999
Reviewed 17 February 2018

Beautiful walk along the river (1h approx) to then reach the waterfalls, where you can bathe. extremely pleasant place!

Thank gmk2018
Reviewed 10 December 2017

watch out, the place closes at 4pm ! we arrived there at 3.30pm and were told that it was too late to go on the trail as it takes about 90min to go to the 2 waterfalls and back. But they still let us go...More

Thank Elodie T
Reviewed 22 June 2017

45min walk, with boots if recently rained and outcome is just magic. Now it is $2 but you cannot get lost in the trail.

Thank christian p
Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

This was one of my favorite day trips from Misahualli. For .50 you can catch a bus to the entrance to the falls. Exit bus, right. Walk about 300 yards to entrance. $2. If you hire a guide. About $30. There are three falls (lower,...More

Thank atamsc
Reviewed 17 March 2017

The waterfalls are beautiful and the walk is scenic and peaceful. The paths were quite slippery and muddy and you will definitely be sweating by the time you reach the main waterfall! We took a swim in the main waterfall which was an incredible experience,...More

Thank Cristinalina
Reviewed 9 March 2017

A friend and I stopped at the cascada through our several-day jungle hike and it was incredible. I did not think the hike was particularly tough, however do wear good shoes (not flipflops or normal nice sneakers - wear rain/hiking boots) and you should be...More

Thank Maja J
Reviewed 16 January 2017

Be prepared for a tough hike. We went after a rainy night and experienced a slippery walkway, so it took us about 45 minutes, but it was still fun and at the end is waiting is amazing waterfall in which one you can jump in...More

Thank Angela Z
Reviewed 18 October 2016

It's so worth the wet, sweaty and slippery walk to get here! Wear rubber boots! And don't forget to smile!

Thank Susanna A
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Response from christian p | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I meant, walk on the right side of the cascade - when you face it. The left is actually the deepest part, don't go there if you cannot swim.