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Muro de lágrimas (Muro de las Lágrimas)
Muro de lágrimas (Muro de las Lágrimas)

Muro de lágrimas (Muro de las Lágrimas)

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Isabela Island, Galapagos Islands

Informacion practica

El Muro de las Lágrimas se encuentra en la Isla Isabela en Galápagos. Se encuentra aproximadamente a tres millas al oeste de Puerto Villamil. La carretera que conduce a ella está cerrada a los vehículos de motor, pero los visitantes aún pueden caminar o andar en bicicleta.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Wall of Tears is an ideal spot for history buffs and nature lovers.
  • Bring comfortable walking shoes, sun protection, and plenty of water.
  • The site is not stroller or wheelchair-friendly due to the gravelly road and hills.
  • Bring your swimsuit for beaches along the way.
  • Carry enough cash as there is only one ATM on the island.
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How to Get There

The Wall of Tears is located on the island of Isabela in the Galápagos Islands, about three miles (five kilometers) west of Puerto Villamil. Since the road leading to the site is closed to motor vehicles, hike or bike your way there, through the national park and past a series of look-out points, lagoons, and beaches teeming with wildlife.

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When to Get There

The path leading to the wall closes at sundown. Start your journey to the wall early in the morning when the sun is at its softest. Galápagos is a year-round destination that has a rainy season (December - May) when the water and air temperatures are warmer, and a dry season (June - January) when the temperatures are cooler.

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Wildcard

Nearby Centro de Crianza Arnaldo Tupiza At the start of the trail to the Wall of Tears is Centro de Crianza, a turtle breeding and rescue center caring for over 300 endemic and native turtles including giant turtles and the last remaining Cerro Palomo tortoises. From the main street, take the elevated boardwalk through mangroves and over lagoons filled with pink flamingos, ducks, and egrets. Come early to watch the turtles being fed.

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