The trek starts with a looong descent on the side of the hill that has been built with cement stairs here and there. The view is very nice as it gives you rice paddies and the countryside. To get to the falls, you have to trek through the rice paddies and pass by a community. The residents are friendly though some would rather have the visitors pass through quietly as some can be really loud. It was drizzling at the time so the path was muddy thanks to the many people who has already trudged through. You also get to see the occasional frogs and fauna. When we finally got to the rocky base of the falls, you cannot help but dive-in and enjoy the scene and cool waters. You have to go through the same way going back and no one is allowed to leave anything there. Best time to go is very early in the morning as there is no electricity to light most of the way when it gets dark. Not really my thing because I had a hard time with the stairs.
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