This is the closest frequently-visited waterfall to the town of Kolonia. It is accessible via a road that is a little rough -- maybe a 20 minute drive out of town. There is a fee, which you pay to the landowner after your visit to the falls. It was $1 per adult, $0.50 per kid, and $5 to take pictures with your camera.
There is a large concrete memorial paying tribute to some "Microgames" athletes who were swept away during a flash flood of the river and falls. It had rained heavily the night before we visited, so our guide insisted that we not swim under the falls that day. A little disappointing, but we were able to swim under Kepirohi falls on another day.
Because of the rains, the hike down to the falls was slippery and treacherous. The "Stairs of Cirith Ungol" from "The Return of the King" come to mind.
The waterfall is maybe 30 feet tall and was flowing heavily, making a nice scene with greenery and flowers all around. Well worth the descent!
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