Evergreen Cascades Waterfall, Port Vila

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Must see · Waterfall · Nature / Park
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Any fan of waterfalls and beauty of nature will want to visit Evergreen Cascades Waterfall. This waterfall cascades down several shelves before pouring into a natural pool. Visitors take a bit of a hike through the forest and streams to reach the attraction. Keep in mind you will be wading through streams, so wear appropriate footwear. Once at the pool, you can take a dip to cool off and admire the fish up close. Remember to take swimwear, a towel, and water. Put Evergreen Cascades Waterfall on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Port Vila trip planner.
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  • At first glance I was thinking this experience wouldn't be good, but it was great! You do have to walk uphill for about 15 minutes to get there, but it's well worth the walk! The cascades and... 
    At first glance I was thinking this experience wouldn't be good, but it was great! You do have to walk uphill for about 15 minutes to get there, but it's well worth the walk! The cascades and...  more »
  • When we went we had the whole place to ourselves (minus 1 couple who were leaving as we were getting to the main waterfall), it was a fairly easy hike but make sure to wear water shoes because they... 
    When we went we had the whole place to ourselves (minus 1 couple who were leaving as we were getting to the main waterfall), it was a fairly easy hike but make sure to wear water shoes because they...  more »
  • We paid around $30 au per person to enter the cascade waterfalls which is expensive in comparison to other local tourist sites. There was no guide available for us but it was a straightforward walk.....  more
    We paid around $30 au per person to enter the cascade waterfalls which is expensive in comparison to other local tourist sites. There was no guide available for us but it was a straightforward walk.....  more »
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  • Absolutely worth it. We booked with evergreen tours, and it was a very enjoyable tour. Tour guide Joshua was helpful with taking photos and telling us about the local plants and history. He had two really cute dogs.
  • it takes at least half an hour of walking through the forest to reach the top of the waterfall. an incredible attraction of the area that I believe is worth a visit to anyone who happens to be there. you are literally in the jungle. you cross two streams until you reach that's why I prefer someone to wear his swimsuit his shorts light clothes and havaianas a towel with him and nothing else like me because it's relative it's tiring to have weight. we climbed to the end of the waterfall we took the best insta photos a magical landscape straight out of a fairy tale. you take a bath normally, just the water is a little cold, it is also drinkable. we went in the morning when there were not many people. because you will see in the forest trees and plants that do not exist anywhere else following the path to the top, some trees their roots and trunk are above the surface rarely already
  • A place you can visit without a agent or office tour. Very nice experience
  • Wonderful place where we could swim, walk and admire the waterfall! It is amazing cascades so well preserved! The area is very well maintained! Thank you to share with us!
  • Nothing else I can say but WOW!! What a great day. We booked a tour with Evergreen Tours who picked us up at our hotel. The tour guide was amazing and he has grown up at the waterfall and has heaps of stories to tell and some cool tricks using the native plants. There are 89 steps up the mountain to get to the top and it’s about 800m of track. Take insect repellent, sunscreen, swimmers, towel and water. There are 5 different places to swim and you start at the top at the waterfall and then make your way down the mountain where you can swim in all the other areas (and jump off a few rock ledges if you feel the urge). There’s a hidden cave behind the waterfall which is pretty cool to swim into. A great platter of local food was waiting for us at the bottom of the mountain while we waited for the transfer to arrive. A really great day and well worth booking a tour. You can also hire a car and do the walk on your own if you want and I think there is an entrance fee when you arrive but if you book the tour, the fee is included. I would have done it again if I had time.

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