Might have appreciated this more if I had not been to Shempuc Champey. Was last stop of the day and I was tired.
if you walk there, be ready, its quite a walk, but its worth it ! fresh water to swim in will be waiting for you at the end
The hike is easy, the view is gorgeous...walk all the way to the big falls and don't be afraid to jump....the water is fine!
This was quite the adventure for me. I was staying in Livingston and one of the locals told me about this place. I rented a car taxi from town and he drove me to a hanging walking bridge. Right before you cross the bridge there is a small restaurant if you are hungry or thirsty. I preceded across the walking... More
although it is a fair walk from the bridge (~40mins) it was definitely worth the trek. The entry fee is cheap, 20Q i think and the waterfalls are stunning. The waterfall and pool furthest from the entrance is a lovely place to go swimming and if you are feeling more adventurous you can jump or flip off the fall. great... More
Whether it is the rainy season and the falls are full or it is drier, you can relax in seclusion under the canopy of the Jungle and enjoy nature. There are several ways to get there but I recommend taking a taxi, as far as you can, to within a 40 minute walk of the falls.
Just one pool filled with water. The nature around the pools is fantastic though. In the dry season it is not worth the trouble of going there.
There was very little water when we went in February. I have heard that it is very nice, but maybe it is only full during the rainy season? All to say, we were quite disappointed that there wasn't much water...
The place seven altars is quiet good, funny the garifuna shrine of the owner who hangs whole day in his hammock. The walk on the beach to the place is just so full of garbage, that a boat trip is strongly recommended.
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