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Togitogiga Waterfall

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Togitogiga Waterfall

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Siva Afi Cultural Show - Fire Knife Dancing, Traditional Siva and Dinner
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Siva Afi Cultural Show - Fire Knife Dancing, Traditional Siva and Dinner

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Experience an exciting side of Sāmoan culture at Siva Afi’s cultural show. Thrill at the spectacle of the modern ailao, a style of fire knife dancing that traces back to the battle dances of pre-colonial Sāmoa, and enjoy a traditional performance of the graceful Siva Samoa dance. Before the show, sit down for an authentic Sāmoan feast prepared especially for you. Make sure to book in advance: with one show a week and limited spaces, you don’t want to miss out!
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Wayne H wrote a review Feb 2020
Pottsville, Australia120 contributions40 helpful votes
These falls are only a short walk from where you park the vehicles. The area around the falls is lush with greenery and tropical plants. the falls can be accessed for swimming and the water is cool and refreshing.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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donnai123 wrote a review Nov 2019
21 contributions7 helpful votes
The smallest of the 3 waterfalls we saw while being driven around the island.No entry fee.The road was quite rough to get there & then you park & walk for 5 minutes or so.You can swim in the water where it pools at the base.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Sandra GNZ wrote a review Oct 2019
Wellington, New Zealand16 contributions12 helpful votes
Lovely little walk down to what we heard were beautiful cascade falls. Unfortunately they weren’t that spectacular or clean. Lots of mozzies so if you do decide to take a wander remember your insect repellent. The water was very dirty, not very welcoming to swim in... so we didn’t. The bathrooms were ok for an emergency stop, but I decided against using them. This waterfall is free so if your driving past it is worth a look, but I wouldn’t go out of my way again... on a gorgeous day and if the water was running clear it maybe a very different waterfall.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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petertaylor57 wrote a review Sep 2019
Auckland Central, New Zealand305 contributions74 helpful votes
Turn off the South Coast road and hike up river following the sign for a couple of hundred metres and you'll find the falls. The Visitors' Centre is just about to be reclaimed by the jungle so give it a miss. While no so high, the falls themselves are quite attractive and a nice spot to stop for a picnic. Note: no 'kastom' entrance fees.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Billy B wrote a review Sep 2019
37 contributions6 helpful votes
Was such a beautiful little walk into the falls, good amenities around the area and the water was fresh as. Make sure you walk down to the second tier.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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