Following exploration of Ora cave and Phantom Pot our attentions turned to a new target. Huge waterfalls had been observed from the helicopter during the initial flight in. None of our expedition had seen them before. With the help of the local indigenous people we managed to locate them from above. Even though the waterfalls were over 50 m below, they could clearly be heard thundering into the underlying ravine. The ropes were rigged from a sturdy tree and hung over the edge. The descent was exhilarating, not least because of the amazingly beautiful scenery, but because the rope was completely free hanging in open space. Luckily we were on target for the cave, but reaching it still required a bit of extra work. We swung in, cut through the last 10 m of twisted vines, where we tied off the rope alongside the huge waterfall gushing from the entrance.