This to me is quite a challenging hike - about 7 hours to hike in and back out, not including bath time at the falls.
You will see some interesting flora, some fauna you might see are Macaws, Parrots, Butterflies and some insects.
Just before the falls you will meet up with some beaches and small rivers which are some great places to relax (just remember you have a total of 7 hours hiking!). I drank some pure mountain water - very refreshing and I am still alive - just remember to drink where the water is gushing, not the still pools.
When you are at the falls you can have a really cold and refreshing bath. If you are adventurous you can climb up some rocks just to the front and at the side of the falls where you can jump off (don't dive head first).
You can also be adventurous enough to climb to the top of the falls and fill up on the fresh water there - also very refreshing!
On the negative side, there is a ZIP Line there which I recommend you absolutely DO NOT TRY:
1. You have to climb a steep, slippery cliff face to get to the top of the zip line. Very difficult even if a rope is available. The guides seem to have omitted this information when you sign up and pay the non refundable fee.
2. When you are ready to zip, the zip guy will tell you to move your feet out of the way of the jutting rock just right in front of where you push off - I hit my feet there and it really HURT. I am fortunate I was not injured.
3. Then there is a guy who will have to "hit the brakes" so you won't crash into the tree that the zip line is connected to - it seems to me very risky.
4. If you changed your mind and do not zip the fee is non refundable.
Overall it is a great experience for any hiker. Not for the slow hiker.
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