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We loved the walk - made it to the second falls then back for a refreshing swim at the first. We didn’t use a guide and took the local bus (you need to buy a bus pass in advance). Don’t miss the return bus though...More
Enjoyable walk through tropical rainforest to 3 waterfalls. Entry fee of F$36 is a bit pricey but ok since it is owned and maintained by the local village. The first fall is the tallest, an easy flat 10 minute walk from the carpark. Waterfalls 2...More
The first waterfall is the most impressive and just a few minutes from the road - but well worth taking the good paths which loop around to check out the other two. Not so flat, but well worth the effort
Pretty waterfalls accessible by foot. The first is easy to reach, but the second one requires quite some climbing and a river crossing. We did not go to the third one as we did the coastal walk earlier that day.
Easy walk/hike to the third waterfall if you are in good shape and a super easy, short walk to the first waterfall for those who dont like hiking. Waterfalls are beautiful. A must see if you are in taveuni. Took the bus there and back...More
Response from Geraldine O | Reviewed this property |
Where are you staying on Taveuni? You can easily book a tour from Taveuni and it would work out probably alot cheaper than booking from Denarau which is in Nadi on Vitilevu a completely different island.