We were unsure on how long this trek was going to take as we'd heard conflicting times, but return trip from the heart of town was between 7 and 8 hours. We left about 7:30 am which was great as it wasn't too hot on the way out there and we didn't see anyone else on the track until we were on our way back when we saw about 6 separate groups. It feels like you're in the middle of nowhere, eery at times as you feel so alone and vulnerable but the scenery and experience is incredible! The waterfall itself is beautiful but not much room for swimming and this trek is more about the journey not the destination! Insects and spiders etc. didn't bother us at all and on the way back we took a couple of wrong turns as there is more than one path so be careful - they probably all lead to the same place but you never know! You do cross the stream a bunch of times so your feet get wet and I wouldn't recommend doing this in flip flops! One group of guys were planning to camp by the waterfall which would be awesome, just be prepared as there is absolutely nothing out there. Really glad we did this but were so exhausted by the time we got back - a good excuse for a foot massage!
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