Mindo Nambillo Waterfalls

Rainforest Hike To Mindo Waterfalls: Who Gave Drugs To Nature?

Colored spiders, fern leaves twice as big as me, huge trees growing around still bigger trees, parasite plants growing on other plants which grow already on plants, unseparable undergrowth, enormous flowers, the omnipresent sound of dropping water, the rustling in the bushes from small mammals, dragonflies big as my forearm and birds with the sound of lightsabers: Is nature going completely nuts now?

No, it’s just the rainforest. In this always humid environment nature has a continuous party. And this exuberance is quite an experience.

 

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