Dive into the clear swimming holes fed by cascades at Togitogiga Waterfall. Multiple waterfalls tumble into a few different pools, so you can take your pick. The attraction is surrounded by overgrown tropical gardens, giving you the feeling of privacy. Thrill-seekers will love leaping off the waterfalls or joining games of rugby and volleyball in the recreation area. Try to visit during the wet season when the waterfalls are at their fullest and the pools are deep enough for jumping. Changing rooms and restrooms are located nearby. To visit Togitogiga Waterfall on your trip to Si'umu, use our Si'umu trip website.
Togitogiga Waterfall Reviews
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.... more »
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... more »
Peaceful, nice and clean fresh water. The water is refreshing and not as cool In temperature compared to the Piula Cave pools. A great bonus about this place is that it is absolutely free to enter! The scenery is magical and is filled with lots of plants,trees and beautiful canyon waterfalls. The three top tier waterfalls cascade into the water pool which can tend to be quite deep. It’s great fun to jump off the top level of the waterfall into the deep pool. Suitable for children, families, adults and all age groups. Water is clean. Water is also drinkable (wife didn’t want to try it though). Be sure to bring some inspect repellent and sunscreen. A great place for photos. Toilets are available and there is also a visitor centre available before entering Into the waterfalls. It’s about a 200 metre walk from parking space. There are some steps leading down to the water pool. Waterfall is about 7-8 metres high. Here are some pics below. We thoroughly enjoyed our time here!
If you're looking for an impressive display of power, this is probably not necessary. If you are, however, looking to soak sunburnt skin, cool down, or simply invigorate yourself with a dip in pristine water, then this is for you. My favourite chill swim of my entire trip (I prefer fresh water though, so 😎).
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