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1.5 millions birds live in this 900ft deep cave. They leave all at once in the morning between 6 and 10 am depending on weather and temperatures. And they come back in the evening at sun down and they come in in groups. It is...More
A place to be emerged with God'd energy!
You just be there early to be able to live this experience. 560 stairs are worth it! There is something about being near sooooo many "golondrinas "!
Highly recommend this place!
I went with some friends. We wanted to see birds entering and leaving this huge cave. We decided to camp onsite. Just to let you know, its like 500 m down to go arrive in the camp site, which is the site itself. We got...More
This is one of true marvelous natural events -- if you get to see it. Getting to the Sotano is no easy feat. It is high up in the hills, some 30-45 minutes from town. From there, you have to descend nearly 600 steps to...More
Got here just before dark and the birds were coming in to roost. The parakeets were fluorescent and the swifts make a sound I doubt you've heard before. It is worth the drive. You can camp on the road above the hwy and be rewarded...More