There is a lot to see here so give yourself a whole day. Bring food and drink as there is not much available and also good shoes as some of the paths are rocky and steep (even the ones graded easy are very rocky in places). Also bring your own binoculars and a camera - the views to West and North are stupendous.
Do not miss the Vulture trail. It is short and the views from the hide are great. Today we saw a whole flock of them close up.
As there has not been much rain I would not bother with the walk to the waterfall as it is not spectacular but would instead walk to ancient Gamla though you need to be reasonably fit and sure footed.
There is another longer walk to do as well which is supposed to be fairly flat but if you wish to do this walk then the suggestion is to start from the secondary reserve entrance on route 869 near dalyit (?) junction. If you do this route you pay for your entrance to the reserve when you reach the end of the trail.
There are lots of flowers to see and many birds (so bring binoculars) also snakes, deer, wild boar and scorpions though we did not see any.
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