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Fuipisia Waterfall, Lotofaga

#9 of 12 in Nature in Upolu
Nature / Park · Hidden Gem · Waterfall
View spectacular Fuipisia Waterfall from a clifftop surrounded by lush rainforest. Visitors are rewarded with amazing views and a refreshing swim at the pool just upstream of the falls. The hike to the top of the waterfall often requires trudging through some mud, so wear appropriate shoes. Keep a hand on children, because the attraction does not have railings. Fuipisia Waterfall is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , online itinerary creator Edition.
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  • This is a beautiful waterfall to visit and look at. We did pay $20WST per person which was over the top to go and have a look for 3 people. The waterfall was flowing very fast and strong from the...  more »
  • The waterfalls are beautiful , there are 2 , a smaller one and the largest one , it is 20 tala to get in which is more expensive than the others but in the grand scheme of things only £5 each, the...  more »
  • I love to support local culture and don’t mind paying tala tax 5 to 10 but to be asked 20 tala tax per person we were taken advantage of. We paid and it was lovely but this disappoints me and we...  more »
  • These guys try to charge you what they think they can get away with. They don't have any pricing up so they can charge you what they like. They tried to charge us $20 per person which was a rip off. We turned around to leave and so they offered us $10 per person, which we agreed to, but that it still expensive for what this is (it should be $5 per person like other falls in the area and I suspect that is what the real charge is that we could have negotiated them down to). Their argument was that there were two waterfalls - which is true but actually you can only *see* one of them as the first one that you walk past the top of, falls away from you so you can only really see the valley that the water flows down after the waterfall. You can get a better view of the second one though.
  • boi, u have not even been there
  • The view point is nice, and you can walk to the top of the falls from where the water drops down. It is a nice place to stop by. You can also see this falls from a different but also very nice vantage point at the Sopoaga falls.
  • Wonderful view a few minutes walk from the house. Keep your eyes out for the sign on the side of the road.
  • Just keep driving past, not even worth the 10 tala

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