you. need. a. camera. this place is amazing! the bridge itself is spectacular, arching high over your head so you have to crane your neck . there was a lot of water dripping from above, and my husband and daughter had a fun tie trying to catch them in their hands. I would recommend sneakers, since the part under the bridge is rather slippery from all the water droplets, and also bring along some waterproof clothing as well. if you keep going , there's a small waterfall at the end that spills over a smooth rock that's been rounded into an almost perfect sphere by the water , which, I think, is another small wonder of nature. along the way, there's a small Indian area with a cool hut that must be a butchery; it has some long, beautiful eagle feathers hanging from the ceiling. there's also a dead animal of sorts dangling next to the feathers, too.