The main reason we booked this was to experience the falls close up, so we were pleasantly surprised with the hour long nature walk. The young lad who took us had a great accent and spoke in 3 different languages. The walk was very interesting as he pointed out various trees, animals, insects etc. There was even a photo stop under a waterfall, although not everyone in our group ventured all the way down as the path was a little tricky. Once at the loading bay you are given the option of a dry experience or wet, everyone went for the wet. There are lockers to put your valuables in and if your bothered about getting wet you can strip off to your shorts. The whitewater experience was exhilarating and everyone got soaked. They take video and photographs of your trip but there is no hard sell. There is also a ride on a funicular train to take you up and down the cliffs. The only reason I gave it a four star review instead of five was the cost of £50 was a little steep, especially if you take the option to omit the nature walk
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