The maunawili falls classic hiking route, the primitive tropical rainforest, contains most of the fun elements, including wading, stepping on stones, crossing rivers, climbing over big stones, creeping over roots, crossing mud, jumping waterfalls. It's not as dangerous as the warning signs say, and the process is more interesting. A six-year-old child who was led by his parents is also enjoying the whole journey. Almost all people come out with mud on their legs and it takes three to four hours to get back and forth. (See later) This is the only place where I made a mistake. I should pass through the right side of the river. I went to the plants on the left side and only half of them found that I was walking on the water. The plants were so strong and dense that it was obvious that I could go to the bottom of all the other routes. In the end, it was a waterfall. I swam to the opposite bank and jumped down from the platform over four meters. It was just the moment when I learnt to diving in wet wild. It was refreshing. It is said that the pool is so deep that some people jump off a cliff tens of meters above it. Also, the plants in the original rainforest are too big. A leaf is much bigger than you. I feel that there are twenty or thirty meters of trees. There are many strong vines hanging from the sky. The roots and branches thicker than people twist and vent. I feel like I have come to the world of giants.