Siko Dido falls is on the way to Mechuka near the village Lipo on the road to Basar. Though from Basar to Mechuka there are numerous small waterfalls one has to stop to look the enchanting Siko Dido waterfalls which are falling from almost 200 feet tall has a plunge pool at its base. The small plunge pool at the bottom of the fall which makes and thick foliage around the falls. This Siko Dido falls on the way to Mechuka to make a good place to a day picnic. Many tourists and even the local people come to visit these places the natural beauty is just stunning. From Siko Dido waterfalls it takes almost 2 to 3 hours to reach Mechuka the Siko Dido falls is located by the road that leads to Mechuka, the falls are surrounded by attractive green mountains and are difficult to miss out while on this stretch. The scenic view while driving to Mechuka is just Wow! Small villages, tribal huts, and orange trees everything is just beautiful. The Mechuka Valley is dotted with numerous pretty waterfalls, some cascading from great heights and some gurgling gently over moss-green rocks. An uphill hike from the Tado Gitu village will reward you with a jewel of a waterfall hidden in the forested valley, Siko Dido. Sit by the plunge pool of the towering waterfall and breathe in the ethereal ambiance of the surroundings. The visitors, the tourists can also enjoy some local foods, Maggie, coffee in a small café of Siko Dido falls. Please note during the rainy season there can be a landslide anywhere any time hence keep your tire in good condition also there is not any petrol pump on this route so it’s better to full the fuel in advance. One should definitely stop at Siko Dido falls on the way to Mechuka.