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There are 27 falls but all but the bottom 12 are closed due to low water. The bottom 12 are enough for anyone. 40 minute hike is really extreme, mud, heat and uphill. Finally get there and then the fun starts, one little jump first and the the big one (25 feet) nice but I took the "Chicken Way" around so did others. Slides, jumps and lots of MUST NOT MISS fun. I am old 70+ and survived it and had a great time would recommend the falls and Iguana Mama tours at a 10+ great small 4 people tour joined 6 others and had 6 guides. Only down side is the walk off port about a 1.5 mile trip put it went fast.  Great buffet lunch and all the Rum and Coke you wanted, yes ALL had 4 and that was plenty for the day.

This is a MUST DO attraction, hard but relatively safe. 8 years old and older, teens and young adults will love this.

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