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Mele Cascades, Port Vila

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Any fan of waterfalls and beauty of nature will want to visit Mele Cascades. 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. Arrange to visit Mele Cascades and other attractions in Port Vila using our Port Vila vacation generator.
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  • We attended early in the morning and beat the crowds. The walk to the Cascades is a fairly lengthy one and some rock climbing and stream wading is necessary, though you are richly rewarded once you re...  more »
  • Worth visiting. You need to check prior driving out whether the water level is appropriate. Dry season the water level tends to drop drastically. 
  • The Cascades have ceased falling as the water level has dropped dramatically. This could have been caused by Cyclone Pam but is more likely the result of an earth tremor.