The trek was one of the most memorable activities we did on the trip. Both of the treks we did were very different, the first one was short and easy, it was about and hour and a half and we were constantly going up hill.
On this trek we had to use a rope to help us keep balance when going up the extremely steep parts or just going across a pool of rocks.
It was on this trek we saw the claw marks where a tiger had tried to climb the trees, these marks were massive and there was alot of them. After seeing the marks on the tree I had my eyes so wide open, there was no way I was getting killed by a tiger on that trip. Although I was a little upset I didn’t get to fight a tiger, let alone see one.
Once we reached the top of the ‘hill’ there was an astonishing water fall, but I didn’t stick around to see it. I liked being towards the front of the group so that I could go at my own pace without someone in front slowing me down, so as soon as I reached the top I grabbed my hiking partner (Paul) and went straight down back to the front of the group.
The second trek was less exciting, all we did was walk what seemed to be the same path for about an hour. However, there were a TON of leeches. I got bitten 2 times, I was lucky, some people got bitten up to 17 times. We knew when someone had gotten bitten because you would hear a little scream from behind and that meant someone had got bitten or was about to be.