Occasionally referred to as “Hidden Valley Falls,” this torrent of Roaring Creek is probably a good deal taller than a thousand feet, is actually over 1,500 ft. to the bottom and is considered the highest waterfall in all of Central America. The turnoff to a viewpoint of the falls is a couple of miles beyond the forest reserve gate and is well signed. A viewing platform overlooks the falls. There is a short scenic trail around the escarpment for taking in the valley view. Thousand foot fall is a Natural Monument established in 2004 and is managed by the Forest Department of Belize and has a total of 1290 Acres.
Thousand Foot Fall Natural Monument
Posted on July 24, 2012
Cayo South is part of the Cayo district and it's formed by 14 villages. It borders the orange walk district to the north the Belize district to the east with the Stann creek to the South East and the Toledo district to the South.