Formerly accessed through the World Botanical Gardens, the triple-tiered, cascading pools of Umauma Falls are now the exclusive province of visitors to the neighboring Umauma Experience, which offers an array of ziplining, hiking, swimming, and kayaking excursions on its lush 90 acres. The less adventurous can also just pay $10 to drive the paved road to the waterfall lookout, and then take a self-guided garden hike that crosses several bridges over the Umauma River. Pick up a map at the visitor center, which also sells sandwiches, snacks, and drinks. You can enjoy your repast at the river walk’s observation area, under guava trees (feel free to sample their fruit when ripe), or on the visitor center’s back lanai, which overlooks the river and the last line on the zip course.