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Mele Cascades Waterfalls is one of Efate's most popular natural attractions. Only 20 minutes drive out of town, a visit can be completed in just over two hours. There are bathroom facilities available , sitting area, a small cafe and bar on site for...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Mele Road | Mele Maat, Port Vila, Efate 1368, Vanuatu
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We visited here with our tour from Iririki Island Resort.
Such a paradise to visit. Beautiful tropical Forrest to walk through alongside gorgeous cascading river.
Our tour guide was great telling us about all the medicinal plants in the area and what they are used...More
We were debating about going but it was okay other than the walk in the heat to the cascades and after a while it was we thought in the heat we could have missed, maybe on a cooler day it would be better.
Headed to Cascade Waterfalls (2500VT entry fee) we had the whole place to ourselves and what a magical place it is. We spent about 2hrs here just floating in the cool pools and admiring the falls.
A must do!
This was a great spot. Under foreign management and a bit expensive (a little touch of profit gouging). But the experience was worth it. A ten minute hike up the valley to the tropical waterfall of your fantasies. Not cheap but worth it just the...More
The waterfalls are located about 30 mins drive from Port Vila, and offer a great day out. The entrance price is a bit steep, but there are all the facilities you could want such as food, drink and toilets etc. Leaving the entrance complex behind...More
Love this place , a must see spot in Vanuatu, can be hot walking up to the top , but worth every minute of the trip. Great spot to cool down and relax and mix with some of the locals. Some great swim spots all...More
I would say it would depend on the time of year. We went after an extended drier period so the water level on the crossings were very low and it shouldn’t be too difficult. As one advisor suggested, take your time, but... More
I would say it would depend on the time of year. We went after an extended drier period so the water level on the crossings were very low and it shouldn’t be too difficult. As one advisor suggested, take your time, but also stay close or even carry him for the more difficult parts of the walk/climb.