We start the trip at 8:30 a.m. from Chachapoyas, heading northeast, for an hour to the town of Cocachimba. Upon reaching the village, we will visit the communal tourism association to register the visit and receive prior orientation to the walk, we will also make the reservation of typical regional lunches that are offered. The walk is 5.4 km and although the walk lasts five hours (there is an option to rent horses to alternate the route), nature will offer you some of the best of it in this excursion; as primary forest, orchids, medicinal plants, timber trees, birds such as the Masked Trogon (Trogon Personatus), the endemic Marbling Woodpecker (Picumnus Steindachneri), or the Gallito de las Rocas National Bird (Rupicola Peruviana), can also be seen Monos Choros of Yellowtail (Lagotrix Flavicauda); among others. In addition, you can see the daily life of the Cocachimba Community, its sugar mills to process sugarcane, Chachapoyas archaeological remains and evidence of geological formations millions of years ago. Upon arrival in the town of Cocachimba after having visited the waterfall, you will enjoy the typical lunch previously reserved. Villagers have rescued ancestral traditions of textile production, wood sculptures and ceramics that offer the public as sourvenirs. (There is always time for shopping). The return or departure to Chachapoyas, in good time, makes it possible to return at 5:00 or 5:30 in the afternoon, approximately.