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Old cascade waterfalls dried up

Went to Vanuatu this December 2016, and the original mele cascade waterfalls sadly has dried up... read more

Reviewed 10 January 2017
Michelle f
Melbourne, Australia
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Beautiful scenery and waterfall.

Have been here a few times with a cruise ship. Cheaper to book privately rather than booking... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2016
Michelle f
Melbourne, Australia
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A series of pools lead up to a 50 meter drop.
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Reviewed 10 January 2017 via mobile

Went to Vanuatu this December 2016, and the original mele cascade waterfalls sadly has dried up. There are now the new waterfalls for tourists which are a further drive but are still beautiful

4  Thank Michelle f
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Have been here a few times with a cruise ship. Cheaper to book privately rather than booking through cruise line as a tour. Anyway, a bit of walking, some of this includes walking up gradual inclines. You might work up a bit of a sweat,...More

4  Thank Michelle f
Reviewed 19 June 2016

As part of our independent tour we hired a local Taxi driver for the day at $80.00 starting at 8:30a.m., this incorporated the Cascade Waterfalls, TANNA Coffee Plantation and Hideaway Island snorkelling, Duty Free shopping and Markets at the Dock before our SEA Princess Cruise...More

6  Thank ANGIE C
Reviewed 13 June 2016 via mobile

Quite a few steep steps but totally worth it to swim in the waterfall! Make sure you wear suitable foot wear as you could be walking through water or on slightly slippery rocks.

Thank Gabrielle R
Reviewed 21 April 2016

My partner and I were only in Vanuatu for a day visit with a cruise. We bargained a price with one of the hundreds of taxi drivers who greet you as you exit the port who took us around the island to certain tourist spots,...More

4  Thank Fi_H_Wright
Reviewed 9 April 2016 via mobile

We visited the falls while on a P&O cruise. I get the feeling that the price to enter the falls goes up when a cruise ship comes in, $25 adults and $15Aus children. Make sure you have cash as no credit card to pay at...More

2  Thank 1973JNeill
Reviewed 22 March 2016

Visited this waterfall as a cruise tour. Spectacular and great for a swim. Definitely wear runners or reef shoes as its quite a climb and you have to negotiate slippery rocks & paddle through streams. There are ropes to help you up the steeper parts....More

Thank Leila065
Reviewed 28 January 2016 via mobile

Must see these waterfalls when in vanuatu! Very family friendly, safe and fun for all! Would recommend a tour, tour guides know the area very well as they are hired from the village bellow the falls.

Thank brooketheo
Reviewed 24 January 2016

We arrived in Vanuatu on a cruise ship but found a driver outside the port to take us to the Cascades Waterfalls rather than book the ship excursion. Thus we beat the crowds who were starting to arrive as we left. You pay AUS$25 for...More

2  Thank Maruba
Reviewed 12 January 2016

For us this was a nice afternoon, however as we are spoiled with beauty including many waterfalls in Australia we were unsure if it is worth the money (Adults $25 AU, Child $15 plus taxi/driver). Be prepared for a hot, sweaty, all terrain 20 minute...More

5  Thank CourtneyFarrelly14
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