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We did a tour to the Yumbilla Falls through our hostel, Ñuñurco Travellers in Chachapoyas - what a... read more

Reviewed 3 August 2018
adventure4good
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Sucre, Bolivia
No tourists just you;)

If you stay in Chachapoyas waterfalls are the must. Everybody knows Gocta falls. Yes. It’s amazing... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2017
PeterKastil
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Slovakia
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Reviewed 18 June 2016

bit cheeky theybcall this the tallest waterfall in Peru (at 895m) although it's 3 tiered with proper river between each tier.. Nevertheless a lovely walk. Bit of a missiin to get there - first combi to Pedro Ruiz (5soles, they leave regularly, takes 1hr15mins). Then...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is easy to get to Yumbilla falls, although surprisingly very dew people get here. After taking a moto taxi to Cuispes (about 20 minutes drive), you stop at the official tourist office, pay the entrance fee, and should continue with the taxi for 6...More

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Reviewed 3 August 2018

We did a tour to the Yumbilla Falls through our hostel, Ñuñurco Travellers in Chachapoyas - what a great decision! We started the morning doing a canyoning tour and then hiked to Yumbilla falls after lunch. Manuel at Ñuñurco set up the whole thing for...More

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Reviewed 7 December 2017 via mobile

If you stay in Chachapoyas waterfalls are the must. Everybody knows Gocta falls. Yes. It’s amazing. But if you travel to reach something more special than thousands tourists on area before you think about trip to Yumbilla falls. 90 minutes drive from Chachapoyas /even that...More

1  Thank PeterKastil
Reviewed 25 November 2017

Visiting Yumbilla was a great trip. 10-12 soles from Perdro Ruiz to Cuispes, 10 soles entry. A 6km walk to the park enterance(ask your moto-taxi to take you up for another 8 soles once you have signed in) Between an hour or two to the...More

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Reviewed 20 November 2017 via mobile

We used Agliberto Sandoval a local chief and tour guide. He was not profesional all the cost were increased from initial offerings, tours were never on time, also a lot of the stuff mentioned during the trip was clearly made up. Avoid Agliberto do the...More

Thank El_expl0rad0r
Reviewed 3 February 2017 via mobile

I arrived at Pedro Ruiz from Moyobamba at about 10am. From there I jumped on a mototaxi that cost 10 soles (won't cost you anymore then this) to the town of Cuispes. It is about a half hours drive. I stayed at the Hospedaje Rocio...More

3  Thank kentmoney1
Reviewed 1 October 2016 via mobile

I loved the fact that this waterfall was less touched by tourist and we even got the key to the actual park entrance. We hiked about hour and half, taking our time to enjoy the three waterfalls. The path was clearly marked and there were...More

1  Thank Josiah H
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Great hike and take some hiking poles. Trail is good but not a smooth path (rocks). Wonderful area and the little falls are also great to see! Takes time and well worth it!!!

1  Thank orchids08
Reviewed 28 June 2016

The Yumbilla waterfalls are 895 m high, which puts them under the 10 highest waterfalls in the world, and even higher than the waterfalls of Gocta (also in the Amazonas region in Northern Peru) that are 771 m high. The walk to the waterfalls is...More

1  Thank Martina_Nord_Perou
Reviewed 18 June 2016

bit cheeky theybcall this the tallest waterfall in Peru (at 895m) although it's 3 tiered with proper river between each tier.. Nevertheless a lovely walk. Bit of a missiin to get there - first combi to Pedro Ruiz (5soles, they leave regularly, takes 1hr15mins). Then...More

4  Thank Sam O
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