The nicest view is the cliff of gigantic stones on the both sides of river flow in Cunca Wulang. Not the waterfall itself. Anyone can jump down from the cliff to the river with up to 20 m height.
The best time to visit is in dry season (july to sept) to see the clear water. It' s a nice place to dive and swim and to cool your body after walking down the valley for 40 minutes from the last village (post guard). Wear the appropriate boot and prepare your swimsuit.
A guide will lead the way to the waterfall. Bring some snack and drink to keep you energised. The whole tour takes about 1 hour walking + swimming time. Just now, there is no changing room available. It takes one hour to reach to the last village where we park our vehicle from Labuan Bajo. 45 minutes on the good road and 15 minutes on bumpy path.
Don' t go there unless you are fit enough for walking down and up the valley. Years ago the villagers provide horses to take you to the waterfall. But I think it is based on request.
Be sure to leave the area before the sunset unless your vehicle has ample light during the trip back, because no light along the road back through the windy road to Labuan Bajo.
We can see the most beautifull view during sunset at the point where good road meets bad road. We can see mountain, paddy field, the sea and the islands.
It's worth the trip.
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