We visited Toraille waterfall as part of an island tour a couple weeks ago and it was nice, but given that there is a charge to get in to see the waterfall, I can't say that I'd recommend. The gardens are absolutely lovely, and the waterfall itself is small, but nice. I have to agree with other reviewers in saying that it isn't particularly safe, as my husband actually went into the pool under the waterfall (which he was encouraged to do) and sustained a large gash on his foot due to the very sharp rocks on the bottom of the pool. There are no signs anywhere, nor did any staff or our tour guide, tell him he needed his shoes to enter. Luckily, it wasn't serious and our tour guide had a first aid kit, but we were frustrated and we had to cancel a dive trip we had planned for the next day in Barbados because of the injury. I saw several others walking very gingerly after also not realizing, or being told, to wear shoes.
Overall, the waterfall was "nice" and the gardens surrounding it are really lovely; however, I don't think it was worth the price of admission. Go there if it's part of a tour, take advantage of the surrounding gardens for some great photos and WEAR SHOES if you go into the waterfall itself - but don't expect to be overwhelmed.
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