Falls of Taveuni

Cases of Taveuni

Tavoro Falls are three waterfalls in Bouma National Park on Taveuni Island. Lovely Bouma Falls on the island of Taveuni in Fiji. See the three beautiful waterfalls of Tavoro in Bouma National Heritage Park. The visitors have to cover three increasingly difficult paths to reach every waterfall. See stock photo of Fiji Tavoro National Park Taveuni Island Middle Bouma Falls.

The Wainibau Falls (Lavena Coastal Walk, Taveuni, Fiji)

The Wainibau Falls (pronounced "wye-nim-BAU") was a very nice cascade at the end of the 5 km long Lavena Coastal Walk, which is partly located in the Bouma National Heritage Park. This was not very high (I think it was like 10-15m or so), but I thought it would be nice behind a quiet and clear diving basin that lies behind a small mysterious ravine that needs a bath to get directly to the waterfalls.

Lavena Coastal Walk would have been a rather long walk, but at the instigation of the local people in the small town of Lavena, we only had to do this as a one-way shuttleshuttle walk as they drove us to the Savulevu Yavonu waterfall before they dropped us off at the estuary of the Wainibau stream.

Then we drove about 1 km upriver to the Wainibaufällen. Only here at the foot of the waterfalls I saw a second cascade to the north. When we finished the waterfalls, we made the whole 5 km long hike along the east coast of the island Taveuni.

On the way we traversed a vibrating viaduct (I think a shield here indicated that it was constructed with the help of Kiwis from New Zealand), past a small town and were spoiled with beautiful coastline vistas, sandy shores and lakes. Some of the most interesting places of interest along the coast were the cliffs (such as the base rocks), where the weather conditions of the sea made it possible to easily visualize forms such as fungi, small goblin or other fantasy figures that led to cliffs of extraordinary forms.

After we saw the film, we could definitely determine that they were actually in Taveuni! It took us 3 hrs to get to the waterfalls at the estuary of the creek in charge of the Wainibau Falls and then back to the trail head.

I' d think if you didn't have the help of the boatshuttle, the whole hike would be about 10 km long and would probably take about 5 or 6 h. The Lavena Village is located at the end of the dirt track in the east of Taveuni. From the Garden Island Resort near Waiyevo we went to Lavena, which was about 44 km long.

In Lavena you have the opportunity to do the long, all-day trek or see other falls along the Ravilevu Coast as you turn the Lavena Coastal Park into a one-sided bushwalk. You can use the following feedback page, but if you find the host's user interfaces too cumbersome (especially if you are trying to post photos), simply submit a text entry using the feedback box, but let us know that you would like to add more.

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