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My sister drowned under this waterfall in 2006. She was a strong swimmer, but was caught under the currents and didn’t make it. From what I understand from those who were there, it happened very quickly. It is very hard for me to talk about...More
We were going hiking through the rain forest so we could go swimming under a waterfall, Sari Sari falls.
O...........M..........G!!! The description said "extreme" but the ages were 6-65. I'm thinking how extreme could it be if a 6 and 65 year old can do...More
A nice challenging hike. A little more so than what most of the tour operators claim but certainly doable and quotes scenic. Make sure your guide points out the wild growing cocoa, bay and cinnamon. Falls are tall and the pools refreshing. Nice trip!
Very nice hike, with some clambering over rocks and river crossings. Expect to get your feet wet. We had a guide, which was for us a good thing. Necessity probably depends on your agility and experience.
Swimming under a waterfall was on my bucket list. After this, I can cross that off. We did this as an excursion on a 14 Carnival cruise in March 2016. It was a VERY strenuous journey to say the least. We trekked about a mile...More
This was an adventure of a life time. The hike through the jungle, across the river and over and under the large rocks culminated in the best site my eyes have encountered. Water pouring out the side of a 200' cliff is something I only...More
I went into this hike expecting a much easier hike than I found it to be. When driving to the start, an elder of the village stopped us and was adamant that we should not go without a guide. She seemed most worried about flash...More