Worth seeing, but be careful of the people trying to get you to buy their things. Don't be tricked into suddenly holding a chameleon or take photos of the people dressed up as they want paying. having said that a polite no thank you is all that was needed.
Nothing to go out of your way for. It's a waterfall that wasn't overflowing with much energy. It's on the way from Treetops to Nakuru so did not take too much for us to go to but one can skip if in a hurry
The waterfall is beautiful (as is the drive across the Aberdares provided you get the decent road!). Sadly though the site has been ruined by some very tacky shops and overly assertive vendors of fairly bad curios. Not sure what the access fee goes towards... it doesn't seem to go towards maintaining the area. Ok for a break to stretch legs - not a lot more not sure you could spend an hour here. Drove straight past on the way home.
Food & drink was welcome, the falls quite nice but beware of the locals and their scams when you walk to the falls, luckily our guide put us right from the start.
Its like a normal water falls - as the view was good but not excite or not a long water falls similar to another falls
Visited the place enroute our journey to Masai Mara. A good stop over to stretch your legs, during the road journey. We got a bit fed up with the Curio shop vendors who want you to buy stuff from their shops.
it was on the way so we saw it....otherwise nothing that great...was a bit smelly...good for s short break..but way to many people selling way to many things...you can give it a miss and you wont really mind it.
it s worth to stop and have a look , nice to see!, the hotel ,lodge was a nice expierience , dinner on the fireplace because it was verry cold that night. staff was lighting the fireplace in the room, this was our 1st time to sleep in a room with an open fire, fantastic.