In a house guadúa cane, wood and thatch scarf, Maria Cerda will welcome us. During the tour, which takes 45 minutes, observing the rich Amazonian flora and their medicinal and ornamental plants. One more striking is the Matapalo. From his glass down vines that are rooted in the earth and give rise to other plants. At the halfway mark a huge captive stone platform 50 meters, where the most valiant deslzan, using water from the creek that crosses the site. Next, the rough pavement of the trail gives way to the fence. From there, the walk becomes an adventure, especially when tourists slide down muddy slopes, clinging to vines, branches and roots of huge trees. In the distance we could hear the sound of a waterfall.
The pleasure is even greater to reach the foot of the cascade of cans. Its walls are formed by a series of rock square, rectangular or rhombus and trapezoid look, placed on top. The drop of water is more frills, in which swimmers are cooled with a sort of natural whirlpool.