Savusavu, Vanua Levi, Fiji
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Approximately 3½ Hours
Meals not included
Your day begins with a 40-minute drive along the cross-island road to Nakawaqa Rain Forest, located northeast of Savusavu town.
The villagers welcome you upon your arrival and escort you on a short hike up to a 50-foot waterfall. The walk to the falls is under the shade of the forest canopy.
The falls cascade down a zig-zag path to the deep blue pools below. Choose one of the three pools to take a refreshing swim.
Four large caves sit along the edge of Wainiliku Creek, surrounded by 200 acres of virgin tropical rain forest with huge indigenous trees and other species. Step inside to feel the cool cave atmosphere.
Return to the waiting area for fruit refreshments and browse for local village handicrafts before boarding the bus to return to Savusavu.
Wear your swimsuit under your clothing; bring a towel. Swim at your own risk. Shade is limited; to avoid sunburn, wear light, long clothing suitable for use as a cover-up. Bring a hat and sunglasses; wear biodegradable sunscreen. Bring bottled water. Transportation is by non-air-conditioned island-style bus equipped with a microphone. This excursion is rated strenuous; please realistically assess your physical fitness and ability prior to booking, as the walk is uphill, over unpaved, rough walking tracks with many steps. Minimum age is 5 years. Tour does not operate on Sundays.