Double Rivers Waterfall

29 Jul. 18

Double Rivers Waterfall

Details

Meeting time is at 7:00am SHARP

Meeting place is at Pricesmart, corner Mausica Road and Churchill Roosevelt Highway, ARIMA

Estimated driving time from Arima to the starting point in Brasso Seco: 1 hour 15 minutes

Estimated hiking time to the waterfall: 2 hours (most)

Estimated completion of the hike is at 4:00pm LATEST

Interested parties MUST submit email address to either naturetrekker11@gmail.com or naturetrekker63@yahoo.com for Registration Form to be sent

Pre-registration is in full effect. Unexpected show ups will not be entertained whatsoever

Once registered, if for some reason you cannot make the hike, kindly email, call, text or whatever as a matter of principle please. Remember, you register, you are being catered for.

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In the very remote countryside village of "Brasso Seco" the adventure begins.  Walk through cocoa fields before trekking deeper into the mountainside. Become one with nature as the natural forest replaces the cocoa fields that dominated prior. Along this trail you will hear the birds chirping and butterflies fluttering all over.

On reaching the stream, the beauty of this trail evolves.  A well deserved opportunity to bask in this experience.

Estimated duration of this trek (one way) pending on fitness ability would take about 1 hour 15 minutes to the waterfalls.

Distance covered (one way) from our parked vehicle to the waterfall is about 3 miles

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Highlights

Attire

Wear long/short trousers with long/short sleeve tops. No sleeveless please.

Wear hiking shoes/trainers with good grips under the soles. No slippers or sandals please.

Use a backpack. By so doing you keep your hands totally free.

Bring along mosquito repellent.

Bring a change of clothing which will be left in the vehicles.

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Fees

$75.TTD per hiker

Duration

Duration to Double Rivers Waterfalls (one way) : 1 hour 15 minutes