Thursday, May 23, 2013

Todoroki Waterfall (轟の滝) in the Rain (Images)

This waterfall, in Nago Okinawa looks plenty different during rainy season.

The roar, of the falls, can be heard from far away.

Ice cold water splashes over the rocks.

There's no sense trying to get close for photos. Your camera will get wet.

Moving around on the banks of the place was enough fun for me.

 Here's a shot showing where all that water goes.

 Plan a picnic and you could sit here to eat lunch, on a nice sunny day.

It's a good thing that bridge is there for crossing to the other side.

It doesn't look too deep but, I bet the raging river would knock a person down.

If you haven't seen Todoroki Waterfall in the rain, you have no idea what you're missing.

Recommendation: Bring an umbrella or, wear a wetsuit !

Related Post: Todoroki Waterfall Then and Now

Directions: See Map It Okinawa 


Sherry said...

I can already tell how powerful this fall is by your photos. I wish I was there to feel the thunder of it. Great shots, by the way.

RyukyuMike said...

Sherry, Thanks to Map It Okinawa, Dude, I added a video so, you can hear it, too !