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We got our city permit ($6 USD/person) at city hall, took the bus to the Fautaua valley entrance, and started our hike. The road was well-maintained and wide, which makes sense because it is used by the water district's vehicles. Eventually, the gravel road ended,...More
Like this stop on our private tour. A short hike up the trail leads you to probably the nicest falls in French Polynesia. Easy access. Great spot for some photos. Parking available and some fresh fruit vendors. Very high falls are very beautiful. Humid here...More
Go early, so you have time to do the hiking to get to the waterfall and swim/jump/slide in the waterfall ponds. Half of the hiking is flat and easy but when you get to the bridge is where the workout starts, hwv, is not that...More
It is difficult to get to his fall because you must obtain hiking permit, get transportation to the starting point, avoid hiking during times of rainy weather, deal with heat and humidity, crossing a few portions of trail which have exposure, exercising extreme caution if...More
There is a sign at the intersection where you usually turn right that the falls are closed, but we continued down the road until we reached the parking lot. You can see one of the falls from there, but the access over the bridge is...More
This hike is moderately difficult, and just a short drive to the base from the center of town. Make a left at the bridge and climb up about 1 hour to reach the lookout of the waterfall. Bring mosquito repellent and water!