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Saut d'Eau du Matouba, Saint-Claude

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  • Beginning of March could not reach the waterfall unfortunately. After the banana plantation we started descending in the forest. Towards the end a slightly steep part, where a rope made the descend se...  more »
  • Access to the waterfall is a bit steep but we did it with 2 children 17 months and 6 years without problems. The waterfall is beautiful and allows to make jumps of various heights. My 6 year old son and myself, we feasted to do jumps (after checking the course reception area) pretty moment
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  • for 2 "non walkers", about 20 min walk to the descent. the trail is easy but close to the ravine, so be careful with children. However due to a landslide, a big tree blocking a little at a time, we must step over. At the end of the course, a rope can help because it's relatively slippery. Avoid rainy days! upon arrival, further to the right, we can do without getting wet, but it's a little more complicated. The show is then wonderful, the noise deafening water that falls as in a cave. really beautiful, you feel alone in the world in the face of the power of water.
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  • Beautiful waterfall accessible market accessible to all 30-minutes. Swimming possible.
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  • Closed after landslide damage to be informed that once the top
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  • Beautiful waterfall in a small ravine. The route is well signposted and runs through a banana plantation. From the starting point of the short hike through the rain forest is to the river. The last piece is somewhat steep.
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  • Attention! Following a landslide the trail is more feasible since 11/03
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  • So beautiful!
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