This was an amazing experience for me and one of my close friends. My native Trinidadian friend Raphael and I road a local "taxi" driven by some awesome, friendly Rastafarian's to the road where you walk up to see the waterfall. We had to walk about 30 minutes up the road to get to where the welcome sign is, and there is also some picnic tables if you need to have a sit down to eat, drink, or have a quick breather! Haha :) We continued on in the jungle-like foliage and were met with a small waterfall, that had a beautiful bath that sparkles from the sun and glittery rocks. We swam around in the cool water for about 20 minutes and decided to explore some more. We hiked up for another maybe 30 minutes where we were met with the most spectacular sight! Huge rocks, greenery, hibiscus flowers, and the main attraction.. the waterfall! It felt like The Garden of Eden. Absolutely beautiful. We only saw one person as we hiked up. I would advise to bring bug spray!!
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