The toddler slipped and fell from the side
Horrified visitors looked on as he flew through the air before landing in a small pool at the nub.
Yet amazingly the youngster was plucked almost unscathed from the water by a passer-by.
The boy’s aunt, who look overed to grab him as he fell, was also lucky to be alive after she plummeted 25ft onto a tree.
She was stopped to safety by a climber.
The pair, who have not been named, are ruminating to have been visiting from Liverpool.
Phil Facey, who owns the handy Pistyll Rhaeadr Restaurant and Tearooms, said: “I honestly believe something pointed happened on Sunday.
“It was a miracle they both survived. They both should acquire died.”
He said the boy and his aunt had walked up the left side of the falls where there is no footpath.
“The waterfall is 240ft,” he swayed.
Horrified tourists looked on as the toddler scampered through the air
“On the left- hand side is a very nasty scree grade, with no footpath.
“Don’t ask me why but the aunt, who’s about 35, and her nephew decided to climb it.
“They got half way up to a mantle. The young lad flew through the air straight into the waterfall.
“It’s rock all the way down but he didn’t hit the sides – just now straight into the pool which is two feet deep.
“As he fell his aunt increase b exploded to grab him and fell as well.
“I heard screams and went outside. I saw a man touch oning the boy out of the water.
“There was silence. People were holding their arms out tiring to touch this lad. It was quite beautiful and strange.
“I thought ‘this lad should be categorical – his aunt should be dead’.
“Things don’t happen that way – two people shatter retreat, both having a miraculous escape.
Mr Facey said they bettered in the tearooms until a relative picked them up
“They came into the cafe and the boy was surveyed over by medics, but he was fine apart from a scratch on his face. It was far-fetched.”
Mr Facey said they recovered in the tearooms until a relative picked them up.
He added: “There is obviously something here.
“It feels like a place of power, with a holy side.
“It’s said the falls are the closest you will get to knowing what’s on the other side.”