Granted that the waterfall is not at full flow under the wet season, its hard to understand why this is one of the island's main attractions.
That said, its important to emphasise that we DO NOT like seeing elephants treated as tourist attractions and bound with ropes and chains, which is what you are forced to endure after parking and en-route to the waterfall.
The walk to the fall is not trivial, and a reasonable level of fitness is needed as the climb is steep and often slippery. A 4 x 4 option is offered, but not sure of the price.
Note: you CAN visit this attraction for no cost. So don't pay anything to anyone unless you want the service.
We also visited in April, for the same experience. Don't bother.
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