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I visited in June with 2 friends during a weekend break. It is a beautiful place to visit. We went on a beautifully warm Sunday and it wasn't too busy - plenty of places to find a spot to set up 'camp' and have a...More
Very disappointing. No road signs whatsoever. Two car parks but no indication of how to get to it. Could hear the water flowing, but couldn't get to it. All paths seemed blocked. Maybe the locals didn't want us there! There were dozens of other people,...More
One issue is that it isn't the easiest to find. After a fire a few years ago the attraction was closed by the council. As such the already existing paths can be over grown and not easily accessible. This means that the paths used...More
After reading some mixed reviews about the lack of water from the waterfall, the amount of rubbish and the poor access, I can say that the water is falling again into the pool below. Yes there is a little rubbish but really not much. Access...More
This is one of the most beautiful, scenic hidden places I have ever been to and I have travelled a lot. Acces is not easy and definately not suitable for someone with limited mobility, but if you are willing to scramble a little then it...More
I read about the fire, but still decided to check out Pego do Inferno, because I was nearby. I was worth it - everything was green, water as running and few people swimming. The surroundings require some maintenance - cleaning the vegetation around the route,...More
It took us a while to find the right way to get there but it was worth the drive and walk.
Everything was in bloom and it smelled like a magical place. We didn't go for a swim cause it was too cold, but it...More