For being the tallest in the Domincan Republic or so we were told... El Limon is just o.K. It's a really rugged ride on horseback, on horses that seem very overworked and under fed to say the least; its a difficult ride for an experienced as well as an amature rider, even if you have a guide leading. I suppose you could always hoof it in, but be prepared to be sharing the trail with horses struggling to get tourists to the waterfall.It seems as though the horses are suffering under the weight of heavy tourists and there are lots of places to really get hurt for animals and humans alike. The helmets are in really rough shape. we had a hard time finding one that didn't have some sort of damage. Forget the stinky used rubber boots they will not help. Hold on for dear life! One horse threw a shoe, yet another slipped and lost his rider. The trail there is very narrow slippery and full of rocks. Its amazing more people do not get seriously injured.The trail is overcrowded. The waterfall is just O.K. .There are many more beautiful waterfalls in the world that I have visited. If you have any physical limitations or have any other major health issues do not attempt this. This is not for families with small children. We were happy to get back in one piece.Very rustic bathroom facilites located at the top of waterfall.
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