There are 2 ways to go up: a 4km hike or a dirt road for cars. We hiked up. For 20 pesos you can go down in the garganta and continue for another 20 minutes to a waterfall. We didn't go all the way. Fun...More
About The Devil's Throat
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We set off on this walk early morning, although the initial trek is up hill and challenging it soon levels out before you reach the entrance. It's then steeply down and following the steam to reach the impressive waterfall. It's well worth the extra effort...More
One of the nicest trek I had in a long time, the place is amazing, followed the river into a final cascade. Not difficult at all !!!!
This is a wonderful thing to do when in tilcara. We chose to take a taxi up and it cost 200pesos then we did the walk through Devil's Throat and to the waterfall for which you need to pay 15pesos per person. Afterwards we did...More
Straightforward path with a height gain of around 1,000 feet. You have to go down to the ravine for the waterfall, after paying 15 pesos. Great views. Best to do in the morning before the wind gets up. Note we are veteran walkers.
We did this short "trek" with our 3 kids aged 5, 7 and 8. The walk offers great views, but the altitude makes it somewhat difficult for some to climb. In our case, 2 kids were running around while one was suffering short breath and...More
When we got to the Devil's Throat, it was so wet and there was so much water vapor we could barely see the falls.... and that ticked me off... the wind today was blowing in the wrong direction for us to get a good view...More