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Rouna Falls, Port Moresby
(1.2/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
Near the popular Varirata National Park sits Rouna Falls, an awe-inspiring waterfall that thunders down into the Laloki River gorge. Several viewpoints are available around the falls, but the most commonly used viewpoint requires a short walk through the forest from the road. Be sure to take your valuables with you and lock your car. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Rouna Falls and many more Port Moresby attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Port Moresby vacation route planner.
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  • A short distance from Port Morresby, the possibility of a walk in the mountains through lush vegetation and breathtaking views. Beautiful views of the waterfalls that can be enjoyed from the pitch. With a little time you can, through the stairs, down the river.
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  • To the waterfall, you can go on foot. It is a walk for two hours and charged with 15 PGK per person. Or you take a waterfall of prospects, then you pay only 5 PGK per person. Waterfall is a stepwise, but in times of drought has a low flow rate.
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  • There are approximately 2 hours from Port Moresby (Airport) to see a waterfall and a Canon from Rouna which is there worth the trip. Unfortunately, the serpentine road is not particularly secured up to the waterfall of Rouna. It comes here often to accidents, because the road is very narrow and there besides cars also trucks and buses run. The insights from the vantage point on the road to the waterfall and the environment however compensate visitors for the arduous journey. Who loves the nature he goes up here.
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