The 2 hours hike begins by visiting the “Piedra Pintada”, a large rock with petroglyphs from the indigenous period, which shows part of the history of the first settlers of the area. At the very top, you will find refreshing waterfalls and a variety of vegetation. Once up there you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Anton Valley and the Pacific Ocean at a height of 700 meters above sea level. After the descent, you will visit the hot springs, where you can take a mud therapy bath or immerse yourself in the hot springs with their healing powers. Next you will enjoy a delicious lunch and visit the artisan market where you can purchase souvenirs.
Level of difficulty: IV
Includes: Ground transportation, local tour guide, tickets, lunch and refreshments.
Recommendations: Long pants, sneakers, swimwear, beach towel, hat, repellent, sunscreen, sunglasses and change of clothes.
Maximum Weight: 90kg / 200 lbs per person
Minimum Age: 12 years
– Best for people who are in good health and physical condition
– Pregnant women, or people under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances will not be accepted.