This hike gives the avid hiker a chance to experience Habio Waterfalls which is the third highest waterfall in Trinidad and Tobago at approximately 200 feet. This trail begins at Caurita Ridge were hikers are afforded stunning view of the valleys that lay below. As you hike along a trail on undulating terrain, you are captivated by the forest that engulfs you until you meet an old rest house. From there, you head downhill to the base of the hill where you come across a river. You follow the river upstream until you meet Habio Falls, a scenic waterfall tumbling from the foothills of Mt. El Tucuche. This sprinkle type falls explodes with numerous overflows cascading on the rocks and plunges into a small pool suitable for bathing or there is the option to escalate the rocks for a refreshing shower. It is best explored in the rainy season when the water levels are at its fullest. From here you make your way back onto the trail until you arrive at Rincon Road in Las Cuevas Village to end the hike.
Rating – Moderately Challenging to Challenging.
Duration – 6 hrs one way.