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Another spectacular waterfall to visit is the glorious Devorah Waterfall. You'll see many arovoh (Myrtle) trees on the way. The water in the Devorah pool is incredibly invigorating and a swim under the falls is like a refreshing massage. If you continue down the path you will come to another spectacular falls called the Jilabon. It is 40 meters high and the second highest in the country. As the sun shines on it, you may even see a shimmering rainbow over it. On a hot summer day one certainly can't resist taking a swim in it's beautiful waters. You're sure to come out like new person

 

 

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