I did a 2 hour morning walk before breakfast and went out as far as the lava cave and the Playa del Amor. The beach at low tide is spectacular and had plenty of shorebirds. Near the end there were lots of marine iguanas. There...More
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We rode bicycles to the entrance then walked into the area of the Wall of Tears. It is tough to visualize the cruelty of the guards who tortured the prisoners to build a giant wall for no reason. The only tools were their muscles and...More
You don't need a guide for this attraction. You will go through Los Humedales on your way to the wall. You will pass by many beaches and see iguanas and tortoises walking the path with you. We walked the 15km (round trip) from town and...More
The walk to the wall provided good exercise and views of nature. But, the eall is boring and probably could be torn down withour damaging tourism.
In my opinion, the places in Los Humedales that you walk/bike by on your way to Muro de las Lagrimas are more beautiful. The wall is not beautiful itself... it is just a piece of history. The way to go is by bike & the...More
We rode our push bikes which I recommend as it is a long walk, over 5 kms and it's hot. The ride there is up hill in spots but not that steep, the ride down is great. Take water and a hat, the little stops...More
This was a nice bike ride albeit hard since there was a steady ascent to get to the wall. The wall is not very exciting but there are many tortoises to see on the way and if you hike above the wall there is a...More
Knowing it would be a hot day, we packed lots of water. We should have packed more food since we spent lots of time along the route. We are all experienced cyclists. We rented bikes at one of the many shops. Do check over the...More
You can easily hire a bike for usd 3 an hour and ride to there. It takes around 2 and a half hours round trip by bike.