This is a spectacular attraction-hundreds of cubic metres going over the top every minute and lots of spray. The track down to the base of the falls is very rudimentary - do not attempt it in thongs or bare feet. The handrails are rusty or have fallen away - take care, the path down is not very forgiving. It is worth the visit and trek down to the base of the falls. Little village very close by selling hand made hill tribe garments. Large temple complex to the right of falls.
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