Day 2 in Iceland: walked through a fissure between Europe and North American tectonic plates to a waterfall. Visited hot springs with 100C water and a 20m high geyser. Then to giant waterfall and a crater from a collapsed volcano. Still rainy, but here comes the sun ... #iceland#thenorthface#chasingwaterfalls#geysir#volcano
The newest tourist attraction in the province of Camiguin,located in Barangay Mainit, Catarman.
I love the natural setting of big rocks that complements with the flow of cold-bubbling drops directly going to a mini-lagoon with crystal-clear water surrounded by rich flora. The water is really cold - refreshing!
"I dont have enough time.." Something I've learnt you should never say. If you make something a priority in your life you will make time for it! Thank you @kayla_andersonhealth for leading us on this journey❤
Some days I'm more of a touris than a traveler. But 500 steps later... I wish it's just me with nature... skinny dipping under the moonlight rather than swimming with others in broad daylight. #chasingwaterfalls
Kem (Camp) Baha is located at around 400m asl at the top of Jelawang Waterfall, or also referred to as Stong Waterfall, one of the tallest falls in Malaysia; specifically at the meeting point of two rivers from Mount Stong and Mount Ayam. The campsite was opened in 1991 by the late Borhanuddin Bin Hassan or more well-known as ‘Pak Da Baha’
This campsite is the entry point for those who'd like to attempt any of the 11 mountains in Jelawang Jungle. Though Kem Baha is considerably a large area, with hundreds of hikers swarming here during long weekends, it may be a bit crammed and overcrowded
What's special here, unlike the campsites on other mountains in Malaysia, there are some cool facilities here like a souvenir shop and real toilets (one doesn't have to go into the bushes in the jungle) 😄
On top of that, from the waterfall top, one is able to enjoy the pretty sights of sunrises and cloud cloth shows. Not too much further upstream, there's a waterfall with a deep pool where hikers can enjoy watersliding and cliff jumping