This place is amazing. You can hike to the second tier of the falls, it is a little scary being up there but pretty awesome at the same time. They make a "guide" go with you, I think we tipped him like 50 pesos and he was happy. Definitely also do the raft at the bottom of the falls, I think it was 300 pesos and then you tip the guy who takes you out. They tell you to rent a life jacket, we didn't and the guys at the rafts didn't force us to. The raft is definitely the highlight, pretty intense when you get close to the falls, so much fun!
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