Tips & Tricks to help you plan your next adventure
The walk down to the base of the falls is called the Djyinda walk. It's 3.2km in length and delightfully* steep! I mean, makes sense, the falls are almost 300m in height and the hike starts at that level and descends to the base. With that in mind, be prepared to engage your quads on the way down, and get a little out of breath on the way back up! The track surface is unstable in parts so I'd suggest having a fair amount of fitness, or at least allowing yourself plenty of time.
Check out my activity on Strava below for more in depth stats on the hike.
*If hiking up steep sh*t is your thing