This delay gives us a chance to explore around the waterfall which is at a very low level this time of the year. I follow a path up a slight hill towards a restaurant where Zip-Lining is available for about US$65 per person.
Along the trail are some interesting trees and sites.
The “Ghost Wood” tree produces a seed oil that is said to be good in the fight against cancer while the “Bishop Wood” tree is used to make wine and lubricants.
Upstream of the falls there are pools of water that are manually funneled down to the main area of Tad Se. This system assists the natural water flow over the falls in the dry season.
Although many areas of the falls are now arid, there is one area where enough water gathers to form a large pool. This area can be used for a refreshing swim if you so chose.