Do yourself a favor and find a good taxi driver who knows the history of the mountains, it's people, their stories, etc. That way you will get so much more than just good photo ops from walking to and from the falls. When you do, you will be able to "feel" the history of the place and maybe even glean a hint of it's soul. Just outside of the park entrance to the left is a building that appears deceptively small until you enter into it to see three floors of incredible hand made clothing, blankets, jackets, scarves, tapestries, etc - all made from local plants and animal hides. It's worth 20-thirty minutes or more to appreciate the skill of the local craftsmen and women. I promise you, it will be difficult to walk away without buying some kind of practical item from this amazing shop.
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