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Just when you think you’ve seen some impressive falls, you turn another corner and there’s an even more impressive sight! All the way to the bottom, don’t turn back before you’ve seen all that Kaiate Falls has to offer. You won’t be disappointed with having...More
This area feels quite magical to visit. We went right in and saw a few falls. Amazing that in one area you can see Mount Maunganui in the background. Good exercise too with the stairs you have....but we'll worth it for the natural scenery
Beware this place will test your fitness level very quickly. Whilst I found it easy enough to walk down to the falls I will admit I struggled big time getting back to the car park as it is very steep in areas & some place...More
I took my boys to the falls. To be honest this place is spooky. there was a guy living in his car in the car park who was high and was verbally abusive to some young girls. I ensured they were gone and safe before...More
A good amount of fitness is required to climb down and back....but the climb is worth a visit. Its an amazing view, god' gift to ones eyes. There are 2 falls-the main one being being closer and the second one is with a pool (not...More
A well maintained path with steps and handrails lead down the steep wooded hillside beside the falls.
The drop from top to bottom is about 70 meters, and the water flows over 5 possibly 6 different cataracts. The falls are a small stream, when in...More
Hi, my name is Jo from Kiwi Traveler Tours. I would be happy to take you on a day trip which would include going to see this beautiful waterfall. Please touch base with me via PM here or on my facebook page - Kiwi Traveller.