This spectacular cascading waterfall in the Reunion Island is about 500 metres high and its water leaps down along a mountainous cliff in the middle point between the cirque de Salazie and the Plateau Bélouve. It consists of several threads of water falling within the territory appertaining to the Salazie municipality. According to the legend, the origin of that freak of nature is to be put down to the fall into the deep precipice of a father crying on the veil of his daughter.
That curious waterfall makes the landscape concerned be quite uncommon thus offering an interesting view thanks to the natural beauty of the cascades. It’s worth therefore visiting the place.
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