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Papapapaitai Falls

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Wonderful sight

This is an enormous waterfall. It is set in the middle of a rainforest and just off the road that... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Christine D
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Auckland Region, New Zealand
Very high!!

The falls are very high up - but you are at quite a distance to see them. You have to stand on the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Ruth G
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Auckland, New Zealand
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You don't need to pronounce the name to appreciate these spectacular falls that plunge 500 feet into a volcanic crater, surrounded by a lush rain forest.
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  • Average23%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Apia, Upolu, Samoa
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Reviewed yesterday

This is an enormous waterfall. It is set in the middle of a rainforest and just off the road that crosses the island.

Thank Christine D
Reviewed yesterday

The falls are very high up - but you are at quite a distance to see them. You have to stand on the viewing bars to see the bottom - but the scenery is amazing

Thank Ruth G
Reviewed 3 days ago

It's really foggy up in the mountains, and was a little drizzly when we got there, but it was a lovely first stop on our multi-stop tour of Apia.

Thank KTOZ
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Luckily this waterfall is off the side of the road so you don't have to pay to see it. While it is lovely to look at I wouldn't say it's a "must see" unless you were planning on hiking to the bottom (which we didn't...More

Thank Bec P
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stopped here to have a look, as suggested in travel brochures. On the road from Apia to the southern coast, on the southern side. Not particularly well signposted (we missed on the way over to Apia). Very high falls, which we can imagine are impressive...More

Thank SueCarr2014
Reviewed 1 week ago

Amazing that you can see from such a distance away and there's such a deep valley below. Our driver took us in to this place where there is a small entrance fee.

Thank Josie006
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped for a photo on our road trip easy to find sign posted along sides of the road. Take bug spray or take photos from lookout point.

Thank Rodney J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We hired a car and tripped around Samoa we just happened upon this Waterfall stunning ..... And really easy to find.

Thank Amanda N
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

These falls were easy to see as part of a quick stop visiting Samoa on the East Coast Tour. If you are driving yourself you would need directions as most streets aren't named and there are a lot of pretty waterfalls you would miss if...More

1  Thank Familyfun0006
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I found all of Samoa lovely, laid back and friendly. These falls are magnificent for swimming in the river below or just taking in the view and peaceful atmosphere. A great place to meditate

1  Thank Melody S
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Delvina T
Hi guys just wondering is it a nice walk to see the Falls? Or do you just kind of park there walk for 5 minutes and then look at it?
7 January 2017|
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Response from mrchubby63 | Reviewed this property |
Interestingly, there are two waterfalls on the cross Island roads. This one is drive up and view or you can walk to the top of the falls if you have someone who can show you. If you are a total adventurer nutto you can... More
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