What To Expect
Visit the village of the Biausevu tribe and participate in a "Kava Ceremony" with the Chief. If the Chief isn't home, one of his spokesmen will receive us as is the usual protocol.
You will then be given bottled water or coke and hit the walking trail to the waterfall. We will wander through several shallow streams - each one a photographers delight, native bushland and lush tropical rain forest. Our guides will explain the traditional use of various plants along the way, including medicinal plants. At the waterfall, you'll learn how to husk a coconut, eat tropical fruits and do some fish feeding. The waterfall itself is beautiful falling from a 120 feet rocky cliff into a beautiful swimming lagoon surrounded by giant ferns, wild red ginger and ancient Ivi trees with amazing root systems and hanging vines.
Discover how legends are born in this tropical paradise setting. The lagoon is not too deep so it's safe for young and old. There's also a very shallow rock pond ideal for infants or paddlers. After a refreshing dip, you'll head back to the coast and visit a great little handicraft store - where you can purchase authentic village handicrafts and souvenirs at realty good prices - much cheaper than town shopping!
Enjoy a late barbecue lunch with beer and soft- drinks before heading home again. There are plenty of helping hands from very entertaining guides. Great for all ages of reasonable health and fitness.
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Tips and gratuities
Actual pick-up times vary depending on hotel location.
Children below 5 years old are free of charge.
We recommend you bring swimwear and comfortable footwear.
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5 hours and 15 minutes