A short drive from Lethem, the indigenous village of Kumu is home to the eponymous falls that drift down in parts over 1520 feet. At the base of each section, a natural jacuzzi is perfect to beat the tropical heat. During the dry season, it is easy to navigate the falls for a bathe, however the green (wet) season makes it difficult to do so. The water gushes relentlessly down the falls making sections impassable. On the bright side, it provides a great backdrop to amazing photos any time of year . A traditional village style complex at the entrance is great for a cookout, hanging a hammock for a snooze or a picnic lunch.
Hours: Dawn to dusk; Entry Fee: US$ 20