A few kilometers from the argentinian costums before crossing the Pantojo stream, opens to the right of National Route No. 231 a path that crosses a ñire forests.
During the tour visitors can enjoy the splendor and beauty of native species: coihues, reeds colihue, canelos, taique, plus a variety of mosses, ferns and vines that cover large fallen logs forming great natural art-works.
After a walk of about 30 to 40 minutes is a left bifurcation leading to the Dora waterfall a few meters ahead.
Returning to the bifurcation you take the path that opens on the left towards the Santa Ana waterfall. It has 50 meters with lush vegetation that grows constantly bathed. Is there a path that leads to a cave of basaltic rocks that lies behind the curtain of water.
The Cerro Mirador (1823 meters) and the Cerro Pantojo (1897 meters) cone of an ancient volcano, two alternatives are quite valid for other tours in this area.