Highlights: On this path, you will encounter local people hunting, gathering fresh herbs and vegetables, gardening, or walking to the market. Observe how the forest provides building materials and food for people. Around the spring is a beautiful forest, where you can listen to the peaceful bird songs among the trees full of fresh pineapples, coconuts, and bananas. Libadoe fresh water springs are more of a trickle in the dry season.
Trail Description: From Beloi, walk on the road south (15min) until just before the second (potentially dry) stream. Follow track inland zigzagging along the stream bed, heading away from the coast – sometimes in the dry stream, other times on the riverbank, over a few small rock scrambles. As you gradually gain height, terrain will become steeper and vegetation greener. Nearing the base of the mountains and the confluence with tributary veer right, climbing up the right bank and then change over to left bank following stream until you reach the freshwater springs coming out of the ground (concrete enclosure). Then retrace steps back.
Equipment: Sports sandals/good walking shoes; walking pole useful (uneven terrain)
Guide: Highly recommended as it is extremely difficult to find the spring.