Have you 3 USD? Try swimming in Kepirohi Waterfall. This waterfall is nice and water is refresh. Take a swimming dress and towels yourself.
This waterfall is visited if you take the day trip with the Village hotel as part of the Nan madol kayak tour ( which is well worth doing). The waterfall itself is probably the easiest to get too and see, well worth the visit. There are toilets here, not great but ok. Some stones are slippy so wear water shoes... More
This waterfall is one of the most photographed in Pohnpei. The twin cataracts tumble over a stepped basalt pillar that you can sit on underneath the flow. It is only a short walk from the main road, although we got there by boat after a trip to Nan Madol. Finding it from the main road could be a challenge, as... More
Easy hike to get to it, gorgeous waterfall with a swimming area.
I just sat right under the waterfall and it felt sooooooo gooooood. I was sitting on a natural rock that was shaped like a beach chair and it was like a natural water massage from the top of your forehead down to your legs... aaaah, so worth the trouble.
Pohnpei is said to receive the second most rain in the world (apparently Kauai comes in first) so this waterfall is never anything except a gorgeous cascade of cool water! Located in the southeast corner of the island and accessible either by boat (marine dock at the mouth of the river) or by coastal highway. Private land so there is... More
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