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Most certainly not the best waterfall in the area but probably not the worst either. Some people say they get charged to look at this one but we didn't. Our driver stopped just on the side of the road and our view was from the...More
We had the tourist map of Samoa and found these pretty falls by using that. We actually looked at them from the road opposite. Until I saw these reviews I didn't realise you could get down to them through the owners land. That would have...More
We only stopped there because it was on our GPS, but I'm glad we did. We paid a fee to the man running the store next door, then walked through some lovely, well kept gardens to the river. The falls were a bit far away,...More
I love nature and I prefer exploring it. I was on my way to cruising around the Upolu island and came across this waterfall. I stopped and had a swim there for almost two hours. Very cold and clear water and love the green vegetation...More
I was looking for some new spots to visit in Samoa and came across these falls. The gardens are beautiful and it is a short walk to the falls. A unique spot where the falls are by an estuary. We had a swim and there...More
It wasn't worth the entrance fee because we just walked to the waterfall, took some photos and left. There's nothing else to do there. You can't swim in the falls. So we paid money just to be there for about 5 mins. It was pretty,...More
Falefa Falls are not as impressive as the other falls on the island but at least the access was easy as it’s just off the main road near the village of Falefa. The garden path is also very attractive. It’s good to par the Falefa...More