This waterfall is located on the opposite side of the island, close to Castelhanos Beach. It is a bit of an adventure to get there and you need to go either by jeep, bike or by foot. By jeep, it takes a little under two hours (depending on weather) but it sooo worth it! The beach itself is just gorgeous and kept by the locals who have been living there for ages without electricity, using fishing and tourism as their trade. To get to the waterfall, it is recommended to have a guide because it is a roughly 40 minute walk through the jungle, although the trail is marked. Once you arrive, you are greeted with a cascade of water dropping 80m. It is the biggest waterfall on the Island and the weight and force of the water has opened up a small pool amongst the rocks at the bottom. This is perfect for you to just sit back in and enjoy. When the waterfall is not too full, you can slide beneath the fall and get an amazing massage. Here in Brasil, they say it's good for you to wash your soul in a waterfall, and this would be a perfect one to do just that.