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All reviews suspension bridge amazing waterfall pailon del diablo easy hike powerful waterfall well worth the effort devil's cauldron rain jacket both sides short hike bike ride afraid of heights take pictures entrance fee rented bikes falls crawl
Ecuador has lots of waterfalls that do not amaze/are barely waterfalls depending on the season and ones you have seen before. Pailon del Diablo is definitely the best one we have seen in a year and a half of living in Ecuador (much better than...More
Popular spot, among Ecuadorians as well as tourists. You start at the top, following a stream that then plunges.Two swinging suspension bridges, and the option of a longer walk all the way down where you can't not get wet. Refreshmentgs at the top. Good sample...More
We took the public bus to Rio Verde. It dropped us at a trail head. We walked downhill. There are some very small waterfalls along the way. Once you reach down, there is the entrance for the falls. It has a $ 2 ticket. There...More
Hire a bike and ride to this massive waterfall, you don't need a guide, theres 7 waterfalls along the route, but this is by far the best, you can actually crawl through the tiny space and go behind the waterfall!!
Although busy, the del diablo waterfall was super cheap at only 2 dollars entry and offered amazing views, with the chance to crawl and get under the waterfall too. You can't miss this if you're coming to Banos. It is a must see!
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There are no garbage cans in the hiking area. Whatever food you choose to take with you, please take wrappers back with you to dispose of properly. There is a monument area at the top of the stairs that you may be able to... More
There are no garbage cans in the hiking area. Whatever food you choose to take with you, please take wrappers back with you to dispose of properly. There is a monument area at the top of the stairs that you may be able to sit at but otherwise there is no field to picnic on until you reach the top where the tree and swing are located and I think the field there is closed off to the animals ie: cows. It might be best to eat in the many selections of restaurants in the city. You would support the local economy greatly. Enjoy!