Thousand Foot Fall Natural Monument

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.