Breathtaking is an understatement! Simply, no word can describe this place. It has all the elements of a fantasy such as a 20 foot waterfall, a picnic site overlooking a river, a cave, a swamp and dense vegetation that you almost have to walk on your hands and feet.
It is not crowded, you practically feel like you are alone in the middle of a forest. There are several camping sites, all with tapped water and long drop toilets. You bring your food, tents and cooking facilities.
You can spend a whole day here. Getting lost makes it all the more interesting. Thank God they haven't stuffed the paths with sign boards so it is natural and adventurous. But you need company to enjoy the moments by the waterfall, the river...It is an exciting place to visit with family, a group or with a spouse. Kids will obviously get tired, but you can stop anywhere and catch your breathe. I came across visitors walking their pets, others jogging alone. Don't forget to carry a camera, a good pair of walking shoes, snacks, water and a hat. You might also need a change of clothes in case you get wet taking photos too close to the waterfall or the river, plus the cave is muddy as you delve deeper.
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