The journey takes 45-60 minutes on a bumpy road, so you need an appropriate vehicle, but there are beautiful views along the way. Lots of horses and cows on the roadside. Once you get there, you need to hike down to the falls, which can take 30-45 mins, on a rocky path, so wear appropriate hiking shoes and clothing. When you get to the bottom, go left first to see the mini-falls, and then head back to the trail and go the opposite direction to see the large waterfall. Beautiful. Make sure you bring water for the climb down and up.
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