As an occasional hiker this was a very difficult trail. You start out going straight up for about an hour. Then another hour to a very average falls. If you like to hike go for it. If this is your first hike stay home. Make sure you take water and food and money as there are vendors selling water on the trail. Be careful coming down as some of the rocks are very slippery and I watched many people slip and fall. I wore proper hiking boots but many people wore sneakers and even flip flops. The entire trip took about 6 hours. I would not do it again and frankly was not that impressed with the falls.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.