The place is perfect. A stunning waterfall, a shady rambutan orchard and a very relaxing walk to the fresh water.
But, at hte entrance, we were asked to give a contribution to repare the forest path to the fall. We are always to provide a donation - but when we were asked 30,000 IDR per person (including the children) our 'scam alarm' starts ringing.
After some haggling we payed 40,000 IDR for the four of us - a generous contribution we think - considering a rather big group of Balinese tourist whisking by for free.
We truly hope that this kind of scams decrease in the future.
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