Katie Waltham says she loved her waterfall vacations until her bikini got blown off on video on one of her waterfall vacations. According to the video. This happened in Dunn’s River Falls.
The New York Post got more;
She went chasing waterfalls — and they came for her bikini.
Katie Waltham was vacationing in Jamaica when she decided to film a video of herself frolicking in Dunn’s River Falls.
What she wasn’t expecting was the wild, cascading fall to completely blow her black-and-white bikini bottom away.
In the 23-second clip, Waltham wades into the white wash before whipping around a few seconds later, looking shocked.
“When you lose your bikini bottoms in one of the waterfalls at Dunns River,” the 27-year-old captioned the peek, which has been peeped 12,800 times since it was re-posted to TikTok this month.
Some TikTokers asked a few fall-ow-up questions in the Case of the Missing Bottoms.
“What did you do?” one user wondered. “I’m afraid of that, I’m going next week.”
“Just wear a one piece,” another suggested.
This is a big tourist location.
Climbing the waterfalls is a popular tourist activity and is often, but not exclusively, performed with the help of tour guides from the park. It takes about 1-1.5 hours to climb with short breaks for photographs and video recordings taken by the guides. There are also stairs alongside of the falls for those who do not want to get wet or are unable to manage the rocky, uneven terrain of the actual waterfall.
The falls are bordered by lush, green vegetation that shades the area from the sun and keeps the area, and climbers, cool. The climb can be relatively hard so is often undertaken as a hand-holding human chain led by a guide to make it easier.
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