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I enjoyed this attraction for the money. For $5 we received a walking stick and were able to hike around the falls. We just stood on a suspended bridge watching and listening to El Chorro Macho. It was serene and beautiful. Spectacular blue butterflies keep...More
The waterfall is not what the name implies in Spanish. Yeah it’s a waterfall but it was not spectacular by any means. The forest was beautiful. Btw if you drive there the street sign for this attraction simply reads “El Macho” & nothing about El...More
We hesitated to go here because of some of the scathing reviews but we were very glad we did.
We spent about an hour there exploring the paths. It's not a hilke - think of it more like going round a park or botanical garden...More
We paid the $5 to get in. It is worth the money. Trail is well maintained and the waterfall was beautiful even near the end of dry season. They give you walking sticks to use. Easy trail and maybe 10 minutes to the waterfall.
The view is great, but you don't get to the waterfalls, just a viewpoint. I was hoping for a hike of some sort, but it literally was a 5 minute loop back to the entrance. I am giving 4 stars because of all the conservation...More
Go through the main town of El Valle... past the market on your left (there is a little tourism office there) keep going over a little bridge... take the right fork (you will see tourist signs to El Macho) just a little way... More
Go through the main town of El Valle... past the market on your left (there is a little tourism office there) keep going over a little bridge... take the right fork (you will see tourist signs to El Macho) just a little way further will be a grass roofed hut on the left... parking area is just before it... $5 for hike, $5 to use the public swimming pool and about $50 to go on the ziplines.