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I really want to do part of our TTD under a waterfall!  But I'm having a hard time figuring out which one woul dbe bes for a photo op and not too dangerous to get to in a wedding dress.  Also we will be in Negril, so something relatively close by would be easiest.  Has anyone done this or have any ideas? Thank you!

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Comments about YS Falls - I was there as a tourist a couple of years back and had a few pictures taken in the falls.  If you just wade into the pool areas between the layers of the falls you should be ablet o get some good pictures.  However, one of the guides there put us right under one of the falls and our bathing suits were about to fall off the water was so strong!  I think this place could make for gorgeous pictures, but it would be beneficial if your photographer had shot there before.  YS Falls also has river tubing which could make for some really fun pictures (even if you don't tube down the river and you just hop into tubes for a few minutes to take pics - I am sure a tip to an employee would allow you to do this without paying).  Lastly, they have a rope swing where you get to fall into one of the pool areas between levels of the falls.  I would NOT recommend doing this in a wedding dress as effort is required to fight your way up to the surface when just wearing a bathing suit!  Could make for a good picture of the groom, but please don't do it in your dress.  Hope that helps!

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I know that if you are anywhere near Tulum there are beautiful cenotes to do a TTD in.  Some of the best TTD pictures I've seen are from the cenotes.

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Thanks Meitra, I am planning on doing cenotes with Del Sol but I'll have to confirm my dates before contacting them. I really like the idea of a waterfall too, and did some research online. There is a cascada agua azul....(blue water waterfall)...but I have no idea how far that is from Playa del Secreto where I plan on staying and if it's ok to jump in the water for photos. Anyone have any info? Thanks!

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