After spending an hour or so at the temple, we set off to our next and most awaited destination for the day. Around an hour on roads winding down the mountains, we got to the place from where we had to hike to the falls. We parked our scooters at a parking spot and set out to the falls which were around 10 mins away at the end of a few stairs heading downwards. To our pleasant surprise there was not one but three waterfalls in a line at walking distance from each other. What made it more special was that each one could be jumped while each being higher than the previous one. Before we could begin jumping off, we were asked to pay IDR 125,000 per person by the local guides for the entry to the falls, the lifejackets and the guide. We were now ready to jump the first waterfall that apparently was 5 meters high and started having a go at it, the first jump was pretty tough for each of us as we were skeptical about the safety of the setup but once we got over it there was nothing stopping us. After a few jumps, the guide took us to the rocks from where the water was falling and made us slide down as though it was a water slide. I have to admit that it was a bumpy ride but was thoroughly enjoyed. Once we got done with the slide, we decided to go for the higher jump at the second waterfall which was around 10 meters high. When we got there, we realized the height that we were going to jump and were truly scared, so scared that some of us backed out of it. The rest of us had a blast jumping off the cliff and got a few hard water spanks in the process. With daylight disappearing and one waterfall left, we headed to the last and tallest one which was about 15 meters high and started questioning our decision of jumping off. We started thinking of the pros and cons of the jump but then the thought "YOLO" popped up in our head which was enough to push us off the cliff. The jump was a brief run to the end of the cliff, a moment of "I am still falling" feeling and a lot of blue to end it. The adrenaline rush we felt in the jump was unlike anything we had experienced before which led to us doing it again after which we had to pack up and leave as it got dark. Fortunately there was an empty room where we changed our clothes and hiked back to where we left the scooters.