We rode a hired tricycle to this place. Judging from the width of the access roads this was the best mode of transport to get there. A pick-up, van or car would have a hard time manouvering inside the gated premises.
I went with my dad, sister and young daughter on a Sunday morning and here's what we saw:
- Lovely but not overly powerful falls.
- Rocks are sharp so sturdy footwear recommended: you might end up taking off sandals, slippers or flip-flops to get to the pool safely
- A few huts located at the gate for your gear. We didn't need a hut - I can't recall the exact price but it's not expensive
- Entrance fees for adults and kids are very affordable
- Disappointed with the garbage collected at wading/dipping pool edge consisting of plastic wrappers, bottles and beverage cans. It wasn't much but trash is still trash and it spoiled what would have been a peaceful nature trip
That Sunday we had the whole waterfalls to ourselves. There is a path leading above the waterfalls but only 2 groups of people passed through it quietly while we were there.
If you need to get away from the stress of the rat race, to relax and commune with nature for a day, this is a good place for that. We will definitely visit again.
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