Take a break from the beautiful waters to enjoy the jungle and waterfall. Just a short drive from Koror, worth checking out.
We almost didn't do this because the reviews were very mixed... Some thought that the falls were beautiful and worth the walk. Others thought that the train ruined the experience. On the day that we went, the train ran only a few time so really didn't bother me at all. It is quite a distance to walk to and from... More
We chose the $30 "monorail" on top of the entrance fee (can't remember how much that was, somewhere between $10-20), easy to walk but we didn't want to risk slipping on rocks since it had rained. You could out walk the monorail which was a basic roller coaster type design moved by a diesel lawn mower engine. The fall was... More
We decided to rent a car and see the big island, and this waterfall is one of the key sites recommended to visit. After 25 minutes of hiking down to the waterfall through the jungle, we were rewarded with wonderful scene. We did not waste any second to jump into cool waters. If you are fit enough, you should hike... More
We hiked our way to and back up from the falls, which is very do-able if you just bring water and comfy walkng shoes. The waterfalls are a beautiful sight, but like said before: too undeep for swimming. We enjoyed the trip very much. Entrance $10,- There is an option to zipline your way down, but that's ridiculously overpriced, so... More
We went to the falls and walked down and were so glad that there is a mono rail to bring you back up. It is a steep climb up and not for an unfit person. The falls are lovely but you really can't swim in it as it is too shallow but it is beautiful to see. We enjoyed the... More
Here you can see the bad US influence. For some basically average water falls a small and very very basic amusement park was set up. A little railroad takes you down to the falls and back up. The falls itself are not spectacluar. Nice, yes. Too bad you hardly can swim in the pool, because the water is very shallow.
Very tall and beautiful waterfall. Also, there were smaller falls and swimming holes along the way which were very refreshing to swim in. Also, I highly recommend doing the ZipLine tour down to the waterfall. It costs $80 per person but well worth it!
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