The Riveting Rio Seco Tour
Duration: 3- 4 hours
Time: Preferably morning period
Exceeding expectations from the onset – the Spanish-named “Rio Seco” waterfall boasts a continuous supply of refreshing water flow. However, further upstream the river submerges and evidence of a dry river bed exists justifying its name which directly translates to “Dry River”.
The trail begins with a moderate hike through the Matura National Park. The trail is filled with wonderful sights of natural wildlife and plants and the river’s clean, refreshing water is a fantastic reward to any individual.
An interesting feature thirty minutes beyond the falls are Sulphur Springs situated at the mouth of one of its tributaries. Exploring further downstream, there are a series of pools and gorges whose channel flows into the larger Salybia River that exits into the sea at Saline Bay. Indeed a wondrous adventure for the entire family to enjoy.
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