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All reviews big rock the river make sure blancaneaux lodge an hour parking lot jump off beautiful waterfall be careful steep hike day trip follow the signs swimming hole take your time wooden steps off the beaten path hidden gem
Take the Chiquibill Road all the way into the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve and follow the signs to Gaïa Resort. When you are close you will see sign posts pointing you to the parking lot of the Big Rock Falls. There is no entry...More
Driving to the falls you hardly see anyone, but at the falls it was quite busy, with 40 or so people. Still, there was enough room for a refreshing swim. Unfortunately, after our strenous climb back up to our car you will be all heated...More
We decided to go against the reviews and find the waterfalls on our own. I’m still not sure if that was a good decision. However, if you’re up for the challenge, follow the signs to Gaia Resort. You will easily reach Big Rock Falls if...More
While perhaps not unique, this remains a fantastic place to spend the day swimming and refreshingly cool water. You can also climb the nearby rock walls and jump from the cliffs, some of which are quite high (the highest is maybe 50 feet). We spent...More
This was one of the highlights of our trip. It’s not easy to find, so get very good directions before you set out. A picnic and water shoes are a good idea. There are quite a few stairs and you’re climbing over boulders so you...More
We went on a Sunday afternoon after visiting Rio On and Rio Frio caves - it was pretty busy here and the hike is actually quite steep in some places, but totally worth it. The falls are gorgeous - we swam as close as we...More
We didn't have a car so we hired a cab driver from San Ignacio for 70BZD ($35 USD) roundtrip – it was so worth it! It’s about 1.25 hours to the waterfall (paved and dirt roads). The waterfall is located within Mountain Pine Reserve and...More
To go there is a bumpy ride and you need own vehicle or off road motorbike as me. The waterfall turn off is not well marked. You have to follow the sign Blanconeux Lodge and latter you will find the sign waterfall. When you get...More
We went on a Sunday and the place was packed which probably detracted from our experience a bit. I imagine that if you had this place to yourself it would definitely be a 5 star.
There is a steep climb down and the wooden stairs...More