Tamanique Waterfalls
Tamanique Waterfalls
4.5
Corsi e bacini d'acquaRiserve naturaliCascate
8.00 - 16.00
Lunedì
8.00 - 16.00
Martedì
8.00 - 16.00
Mercoledì
8.00 - 16.00
Giovedì
8.00 - 16.00
Venerdì
8.00 - 16.00
Sabato
8.00 - 16.00
Domenica
8.00 - 16.00
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Punteggio 4,5 su 539 recensioni
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Molto buono
5
Nella media
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Travelin' Dan
Los Angeles, CA118 contributi
Punteggio 1,0 su 5
feb 2024 • Amici
We were told at the office it would be a 30-minute walking tour to the waterfalls and back. Little did I know you had to become Sylvester Stallone in Cliffhanger and literally climb your way out of a deep, sweltering jungle with no chance of rescue if you happen to break your ankle or physically cannot do it. There were no warnings, pictures, signs, wavier forms, or anything to suggest that you're hiking down about 2 miles DOWN into a jungle and you're expected to return the same way you came. The sun was brutal, no breeze, and there were about a thousand ways for you to kill yourself (twisty trails, fallen trees, slippery rocks).

I checked my iPhone health app when I finally made it back and it showed I climbed the equivalent of 43 stories. In other words, a skyscraper. And I didn't even go all the way down.

Recommended if you're: John Rambo, a personal injury attorney, a high endurance athlete, someone with a private helicopter on standby for an emergency rescue.

Not recommended if you're: Overweight, hungover, have swollen feet, a vaper, adverse to heat strokes, not willing to die in a Central American jungle
Scritta in data 4 marzo 2024
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Ana B
Silver Spring, MD449 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
gen 2024 • Coppie
I heard about this place and decided to give it a try, like everyone else mentioned a tourist guide is a must, so we went to the tourist center and paid $10 per person plus $1 for parking
We were driving a 4X4 and were able to park about 1 kilometer, Alex our guide offered us hiking poles, we declined not knowing how steep the road was, it was a very hot day and it was about 1 in the afternoon, there were benches along the way to take a break, (we didn’t used but were offered by our guide)
The tour guide was friendly and helpful, they are all prepared with a first aid kit in case is needed, we were told is not usual for people to faint
Once we reached the fall, all the heat and fatigue instantly disappeared
The water was clear and fresh, the place was clean and there was just one more family there, we stayed there for a while and then we went up the hill, it wasn’t easy, but it was worth it
Scritta in data 18 gennaio 2024
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ModernWanderers
Fairfield, CT1.926 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
nov 2023 • Amici
With a free day during our time in El Zonte, we hired a driver for a half day and headed out here.

Just a big reminder: What goes down, must come up! So if you’re not into steep ups or downs, this hike to the falls might not be for you.

My friend and I paid $10 each for our official guide, Pedro. The trail and the falls themselves were much quieter than I was expecting for a Saturday — in fact, it was just us and one other couple (and their guide) at the main falls, and then just us at the rock-jumping pool!

We noticed many people had walking poles as they were heading down to the falls — we didn’t and don’t felt we really needed them.

We were suuuuper sweaty by the end of the up up up hike — we hit the sunlight (ie came out from shaded trails) with about 20 minutes left to walk and started sweating profusely … we were very grateful for the small tienda at the end selling water!
Scritta in data 10 dicembre 2023
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SnappleSpice
New York City, NY585 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
lug 2023 • Amici
This one was one of the best things we did in all of El Salvador! We booked a tour through Wayo Surf in El Tunco (though they did not actually run the tour - we were picked up by a guide seemingly from the park itself). I know it would have been cheaper to drive there and rent a guide on our own, but we did not have a car and it was more convenient to pay for everything at once.

The most important thing is to GO EARLY. We picked the earliest time offered (8AM), and our guide linked up with one other guide who only had one other man with him (making this a three person tour with two guides). We were the first ones to sign the entry log book that morning. The hike down is short but STEEP - wear the right shoes. I didn't have a walking stick but I wish I did. There were some points near the water that were a bit scary because I imagine you could get very hurt if you slipped, but we were able to go slow and see everything without any other people around because we went early. I cannot imagine doing some parts of this trail with a bunch of people around!

Swimming near the waterfall was amazing. After our first dip in the cold water (which felt great because it was VERY hot), we hiked to another spot nearby and were able to jump from the cliffside into the top portion of the falls. The guides go first, and even offered to take pictures/film. It was awesome!

Our guide Pedro was the best. I was a bit nervous about my footing on the hike down, and he helped me navigate. On the way back up, my friend struggled with the incline and he at one point carried her stuff for her, offered a fan to both of us, and paused to make sure we were okay frequently.

If you decide to visit this place (which you should), you will need to hire a guide to enter. They are great, and make sure you bring money to tip them afterwards (this is hard work they do all day in the heat!). Don't forget to bring lots of water and appropriate shoes!
Scritta in data 9 settembre 2023
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Martin12345
1 contributo
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
apr 2023
We had a great time! Our group of 11 was ages 6 to 70 and we all enjoyed this. We recommend tennis shoes, even though one adult in our group did wear her favorite flip flops and did fine on all the rocks. We read online beforehand that Abel (+503 7645 9809) was a great guide, so we whatsapped him the night before and he met us at the Tourism office in Tamanique (about 45 minutes from El Zonte) since you have to pay $7/person before you hike. They will assign you a guide if you don’t prearrange one (there was plenty available and we went on a Tuesday morning at 9am). The hike was about 30 minutes down to the first set of waterfalls (steep and lots of steps). And then it took us about an hour plus to get back to our car when we were all done since our group had to take some breaks! With jumping and swimming we were there about 3 hours. We, our children and my parents love to jump off rocks and Abel did as well, so he would jump first to show us where and then if the kids needed something shorter he would show them as well. He helped our 6 year old daughter in all the steeper hike areas which was very nice. There was a little shack selling waters, Gatorades, soda, and some chips. We packed in enough water and snacks, but still bought a few things from it for the kids when we were hiking to the second set of falls. Definitely go! And for afterwards, the town did have some local restaurants that looked good, as well as a park near the tourism office for the kids to play at.
Scritta in data 14 aprile 2023
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Quakeup
Victoria, Canada266 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
feb 2023 • Coppie
My wife (72) and I (59) completed the hike to all the cascades in the morning and highly recommend it. Three hours provided plenty of time. We took an Uber from our place in Playa Majahual ($10, including $3 tip) to enjoy the view all the way up the valley from the ocean. We returned by public bus ($1) in less than an hour of riding time. Paid $20 for the entrance fee and a mandatory guide, Alexey, who received a $10 tip for his friendly and attentive service. The trail is dirt, rock and gravel. Some parts are steep, including stairs that provide cables to assist descent and ascent. To enter the pools requires some rock scrambling. You do not need an additional guide from outside the pueblo of Tamanique to get onto the trail and feel safe. Alexey got us to all three swimming pools, including the cliff jump at the end—what fun! There are a couple tiendas along the way to purchase water, other drinks and snacks. Although the trail and cascadas are on private land, the experience in this hiking attraction feels more like a well organized nature park. Our guide even picked up trail litter on the return portion. We went on a Saturday and the place was not overcrowded. Go early to “Trips & Tours Cascadas Tamanique” to be more quickly assigned a guide and get hiking and swimming under the waterfalls, including one that features a warm spring!
Scritta in data 4 febbraio 2023
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Lila Pormen
2 contributi
Punteggio 3,0 su 5
gen 2023 • Amici
El lugar es hermoso, una caminata de 30 minutos y luego llegas a las casacadas. Contratamos a un guía de la oficina de turismo que nos llevo, SIN EMBARGO, en el regreso nos indicó que podíamos irnos solos, en la calle de enfrente de la salida fuimos interceptados por un grupo de 6 hombres locales alcohólizados, uno de ellos nos amenazo con que le dieramos dinero o si nos nos iban a robar. Éramos dos chicas y un chico. Tengan mucho cuidado, no recomiendo que vayan sin acompañamiento de algún guía y siempre lleven monedas a la mano.
Scritta in data 6 gennaio 2023
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Derek F
Huntington Beach, CA176 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
lug 2022 • Solo
I loved these waterfalls !

If you need a great guide , his name is Abel , his number is +503 7645 9809

Please contact him for a great tour of the falls and eco park
Scritta in data 18 luglio 2022
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Rachel G
2 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
mar 2022 • Famiglia
Went in March. Drove to Tamanique ourselves and found a guide in the village. Everyone you stop seems to be a guide! But to be honest we would not have found the waterfalls without a guide as there are no signposts directing the way (and the gps had sent us completely the wrong way). Guide charged 5 dollars for each of us (we were 3) which was probably on the high side, but heigh ho. We wore good shoes. He wore flip flops. He was twice as fast as us!!! Litter was atrocious, particularly first part of the hike. Such a pity. After you walk about 20-25 minutes you get to a little hut in the middle of nowhere which charges you 2.50 dollars per head and gives you an orange armband to go down to the falls. Water was quite low given the time of year. It doesn’t take too many people for it to feel full/crowded. We skipped jumping in the first pool as it was full. Thankfully we were the first to the second pool. Was quite a climb down to it - again probably due to water level, so I think you get a very different experience depending on time of year. Water was fantastically refreshing. Saw masses of people trailing down to the last pool, so thought we would end on a high and made our way up the hill again.
Would do a second time without a guide, now we know where we are going.
Was a nice mornings outing, but the litter was a real negative.
Scritta in data 15 marzo 2022
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GeneralShamu
New York City, NY1.134 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
giu 2021
Great escape from the crowds of El Tunco. This hike is maybe 4 hours round trip and best to start early given the humidity can be horrific. Don't forget the bathing suit...
Scritta in data 4 giugno 2021
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