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We rented bikes which were $3 per hour. The ride to the Wall of Tears is up hill, which makes it a great ride back to town! Lots of tortoises on the way and plenty of spots to stop for photos. It is around a...More
The bike ride here was not an easy one for someone who hadn’t been on a bike since I was a teenager. But to arrive and see this wall and realise the history was worth it. Also meeting a wild tortoise on the way there...More
Quite steep up the hill at the end (not what you expect on a rather relaxed-flipflop wearing bicycle ride). We stopped earlier and went to a viewpoint shortly before the end of the trail / before the way up to the wall of tears.
The wall iteself is intresting but nothing more. The road to get there is fantastic, with loads of little paths departing from it. You can explore a lot of beaches, lagunas, mangroves and also climb on a couple of viewpoint (one after the wall and...More
If u go to isabela island in Galapagos u must go for a walk to muro de las lagrimas , is a beautiful walk , u can see turtles walking , black iguanas , can get into the water at the Estero , and go...More
Monument of man's inhumanity towards its fellow citizens. Interesting site constructed in the middle of nowhere for no reason but to be punitive. Sort of a long walk along the beach and through areas 'controlled' by marine iguanas. If you are lucky you may even...More
We rented bicycles in the village for an afternoon (12 dollars) and cycled the trail to the Wall. Along the trail there are many viewpoints, some offer very good views over the sea, beaches, island with volcanoes. There were also half a dozen of tortoises...More
The worst prisoners walked three miles with stones to build this 9-foot wall. It eventually collapsed one day to kill the jailer in charge of making them do this tortuous walk. It's a good nature walk. Bring an umbrella - not for the showers, but...More
We took this walk early morning February and spotted a number of Tortoises about half way to the Wall right up to the start of the small path right at the Wall of Tears. Nice seeing the tortoises in the wild! Even thought the walk...More
I walked for about 90 minutes, going down all the side paths, then continued on the main track until I came across a giant tortoise. I had to get the afternoon ferry so didn’t go all the way to the wall. The walk itself is...More