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Waterfalls are one of our favorite things to view on vacations. This one was so beautiful and in a beautiful location. It was a short walk down some steps to a platform which gave us great view. It is off the beaten path and a...More
According to our guide, Bear Grylls recently repelled down this waterfall and determined it was 1600 feet tall! We enjoyed stopping by this overlook to catch a glimpse of the falls on a clear day. The overlook was easily accessible by 4x4 and even had...More
Thousand Foot Falls lives up to the name. The falls easily clear 1000 feet on their way to the hidden valley floor below. The spot is worth a look if you are on your way to Caracol, or just out exploring the area.
So, we were looking for the ideal location for the proposal. We spent some time in the Cayes, sunsets, secret beach, snorkeling. Then we went to the country - mayan ruins - jungle - it wasn't until we go to the Thousand Foot falls that...More
This is way off the beaten path, but make sure you go on a clear day - or you won’t see anything because of low lying clouds. The views are incredible. But you are pretty far away from the falls and can only see the...More
We stayed at Hidden Valley Inn and hiked to the falls. Unfortunately, it was raining so it was difficult to see much once we got there. The road to get to the falls is extremely rough, so I would not have gone if I hadn't...More