Waterfalls & Waterslides On Taveuni Island
Wet Slippery Trails
Fortunately you can climb the rocks behind the Bouma waterfall and leap off a 5 meter (15 ft.) cliff into the pool below. The loud pillar of cascading water creates a cloud of mist that helped cool us off.
For the next leg of the hike we climbed higher into the mountains while looking back at fantastic views of the ocean, nearby Qamea Island, and local villages down in the valley. The trail got progressively steeper, muddier, and narrower as we pushed on to the second waterfall.
A fork in the trail took us down a very slippery path that led to the 2nd waterfall. We jumped in for another swim of course!