when getting there you will be told that the walk to the waterfall is over an hour. it is much less, they are just trying to sell you the horse trip. the waterfall is not half as nice as on the pictures, big disappointment. but if you insist on going, do NOT horse-ride up there: the horses (technically ponies) are underfed, not cared for, sick and wounded, and all we have seen today is huge fat dominican tourists riding tiny super-skinny, exhausted ponies to the top of the hill. The ponies are beaten all the way up. It is sad to watch. They are not even given water. horrible experience
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