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Fuipisia Waterfall

Le Mafa Pass Rd, Upolu, Samoa
+685 72 97188
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Lovely waterfalls but were overcharged

The waterfalls and immediate surroundings are beautiful, but the path there is very wet and not... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Joanne G
Gorgeous Falls

After reading many reviews online we opted to visit the Fuipisia Waterfall over it's more... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2017
Renee C
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“min walk” (2 reviews)
“be careful” (2 reviews)
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Le Mafa Pass Rd, Upolu, Samoa
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+685 72 97188
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The waterfalls and immediate surroundings are beautiful, but the path there is very wet and not well cared for. We were charged $20 Tala each, which was twice the price I paid for my previous visit, and 4 times the price of the Sopoaga Falls...More

Thank Joanne G
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Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

After reading many reviews online we opted to visit the Fuipisia Waterfall over it's more well-known cousins. We weren't disappointed, the track, while very muddy (jandals/flip-flops will be pointless), is very well maintained. The $10 tala entry per person seemed fair for the view, and...More

2  Thank Renee C
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Reviewed 26 July 2017

Amazing waterfall with a short walk from the carpark/local house you park in off the road. You can walk across and swim at the very top of the falls - quite scary, be careful!

Thank James A
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Reviewed 25 July 2017

It was 10 tala per person, to go to the falls. It's about a 10 min walk, a lot of it through boggy mud but that adds to the fun. The falls are spectacular - you can admire them from standing in front of them...More

1  Thank Judith K
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Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

A bit of a muddy track to get to the falls and my jandles broke so went bare foot but was well worth it! It's 10Tala each and very scary yet breath taking standing on the edge of the waterfall! The people are lovely and...More

1  Thank Sammy M
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Reviewed 19 June 2017

if you like getting REALLY up close to waterfalls, this is the one, Viewing can be from about 100m down hill from the actual falls or trek through a track to the very edge of the waterfall and take in the sound and awe of...More

1  Thank GavinSandy
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Reviewed 20 April 2017

Cheap entry, $10 Tala per adult and $5 Tala per child. A 5 minute walk but is a little muddy so don't wear nice shoes. The waterfall itself has a great view, but there is no fence or anything so keep kids well clear of...More

Thank Stu T
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Reviewed 6 February 2017 via mobile

Our tour guides gave us a great insight to the story behind the falls and the weather was perfect for capturing spectacular photos. We were treated to a demonstration of coconut husking and the local legend. Treated to fresh coconut water on a humid day...More

Thank WayneAP
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Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

This waterfall exceeded our expectations- a short 5 min walk leads to a beautiful cascading waterfall surrounded by lush greenery. There's a little path to the right (facing the waterfall) that will lead you to the top of the waterfall and the Rapids. It's completely...More

Thank Judeena C
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Reviewed 30 June 2016

We paid ten tala each to see this waterfall and thought it was well worth it, even though we are from New Zealand so have seen lots of waterfalls before. To get there you walk along a mown path edged by lovely planting. It was...More

2  Thank 22KiwiTraveller22
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