Palion del Diablo – Banos

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Region: South America
Country: Ecuador
Closest body of water: Pastaza River
Languages: Quichua, Spanish

Region: South America
Country: Ecuador
Closest body of water: Pastaza River
Languages: Spanish, Quichua

UPC: 040232359750

$5

Total: $5

Description

The Paílón del Diablo is a large waterfall in Ecuador. The Spanish name translates to “Devil’s Cauldron”. To reach the trail to the waterfalls, one must cross a small, suspended bridge. When it is viewed from the bridge, the image of a devil’s face can be seen in the rock. The waterfall is about 100 feet down and maintains a temperature of about 73°F. Try saying something from this place – “Thank you”: “Gracias.”

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