Prince Bernhard’s Falls Trail

Prince Bernhard’s falls is so named after Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands who visited Tanzania and opened the Udzungwa Mountains National Park aged 84. He was unable at that age to ascend to Sanje Waterfalls, so he hiked the short distance to these falls instead.
Only 500m from the park headquarters, these small falls are an easy stroll while park fees are being paid, and a good add-on to Njokamoni trail.
Slightly further up the track by campsite 2 is another, larger falls.
If you are not a keen hiker, but want a taste of the forest, this trail is for you.

Prince Bernhard’s Falls Trail

Prince Bernhard Falls Trail

Campsites 1 and 2
Campsite 1 and 2 from Prince Bernhard Falls

Elevation Graph
Prince Bernhard Falls Elecation

[table] [th]Distance|Time|Altitude Gain[/th] [tr]1km|20-40 mins|50m[/tr] [/table]

Downloads

KML Google Earth files

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GPX files

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Handout

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