It was a short walk from the parking area to the falls and swimming pools. You need to climb some wooden steps, but it is not too bad. The falls are quite nice to see and the water is not too cold.
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Everything was a little funky until we got to the falls. We weren't sure if the parking area was safe, the trail appeared unused, and, after seeing all the trash at Rio On Pools, we were a wary. When we got to the falls, all...More
If you can find this place, it's worth it. Head for Gaia Riverlodge and you should see signs directing you. There is a rudimentary parking lot and there is a hard climb down to the river and back up. The steps are uneven. However, once...More
After a short but steep hike we arrived at the falls. The hike in is all down hill. It is a good idea to soak in the cool water just before you leave. You build up a lot of heat climbing back to your car....More
Had lunch at this site after a morning Horseback ride from Mountain Equestrian tours. Nice place to take a swim and several places to jump off the waterfall. Nice relaxing area worth a drive to it. You will have to walk down/up a lot of...More
My family and I went in December. The water was clean,temperature was just right. The cliffs were an amusement for all to jump off. There are small, medium and large cliffs for all enthusiasts. The water is deep enough at the waterfall and the next...More
we visited this fall on our way back from Caracol mayan ruins.it is refreshing.a 10 minutes walk from the parking area.can take a swimm. Not far from Francis Ford Copplola's ranch
This waterfall area is very much off the beaten track, but worth finding. If you are taking a tour of Caracol, it's easy to see on the return journey to San Ignacio. It's a bit of a climb down, but wooden steps have been built...More
Nice long haul on dirt roads, but worth every bump. Nice cool water and deep pools, can jump 10, 20 30 and 50 feet into the water.