- Location: Eastern Northern Range
- Distance: 1.25 miles
- Time: 50 minutes
- Type of Journey: Return trip
- Degree of Difficulty: 2 (easy).
Driving along the eastern coast heading to Toco, when we reach to the little village of Salybia, we will come to a long black and white concrete bridge. As we cross this bridge, on our left, by the big “Rio Seco Waterfalls Sign”, we turn into this road and drive all the way until we come to the very end of the road. We park here and prepare for the journey on foot.
On very friendly terrain, we follow this bench road all the way until we come in contact with the natural forest of Salybia. The trail here is now narrow, but still pronounced. We will reach to a very small stream; we cross it and still proceed along the trail until we come up to another stream, but a bit wider. If you do not want to get your feet wet, well you will have to do a bit of “ballet” across the loose rocks in the water. However, when accomplished, we trek along the last phase of the trail, head up the only small hill if you choose to call it that, and down the gentle hill until you see the true magnificence of the crystal clear waters of Rio Seco. A lovely waterfall also awaits your arrival. This waterfall is one of the finest in the twin-islands, but only one disadvantage though; if you are a non-swimmer, then you will have to be very careful, for one step from the bank and you are in over 7 feet deep of water. However, life jackets and the necessary floatation devises will be in place for your safety. A day surely to remember.
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