I hiked this trail with my adult son after a significant rainfall. It was a weekday and there were only about 20 people we met along the way. It was very muddy because of the rain. We had proper shoes and fortunately picked up a hiking stick at the trailhead. They were needed because the mud was very deep and slippery. The tropical foliage was great and the falls and swimming at the destination worth worth the mess. I think it is a bit muddy all the time so just be prepared and you will enjoy this activity more and avoid falling on the trail.
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