The mausoleum is not easy to reach. The visitor must take a two-hour hike up the mountain before he can see it up close. This is not always easy: the road is paved at the beginning, towards the end it is only formed by land. Especially in the rainy season, the muddy road is a challenge, but the foggy environment has its own atmosphere.
However, in the dry season, mixed between green and a large amount of yellow from dry grasses, the road is easily accessible. The path leads through lush vegetation, again and again a view over the valley and the mountains behind opens up. Partially inhabited houses can be found along the way. Locals recommend riding, the most common and effective means of transportation in the area. The route can be done a little faster on horseback than on foot, and it is also a very special and original experience.
Entering the interior of the mausoleum is forbidden, but during the ascent you can see the outer walls, appear again and again among the trees. It is best to bring a pair of binoculars, since you can not get closer than 100 meters, the area is under protection. Possible starting point are the towns of Leymebamba and San Bartolo, which deserve a visit.