Lololima Cascades Waterfalls Tour
Tour is available every day and 1:30pm returning 5:00pm or 1 hr before Cruise Ship Departs.
For Cruise Ship Passengers: The tour starts 45 minutes after the cruise ship actually berths and finishes around 3.5 to 4 hours later – pick the morning time when you book.
Take “the road less travelled” to Port Vila’s hidden gem, Lololima Cascades & Waterfall!
The Cascade and Waterfall
Lololima Cascades and waterfall is situated on private property 20 minutes out of town, therefore access to the general public is restricted to a fortunate few!
Your tour bus stops just a 3-minute walk away from the Cascades. Once there, you can swing on the “Tarzan rope” and plunge into the pool or just immerse yourself in the refreshingly cool water in the naturally formed sandstone pools, and finish with an invigorating soak in one of our two natural jacuzzis, a whirlpool effect created by the cascading water.
Your guide will take you up the waterfall where you will begin a river walk, wading through water where necessary or along the bush tracks beside the meandering river for those that enjoy a little more and during your walk your guide will point out the local flora and fauna, including those which have an importance in our society as traditional food or medicine.
The return walk will end with an exhilarating slide down the waterfall into a pool (optional) There are also shallow pools suitable for the kids to enjoy and don’t forget to check out the cave under the waterfalls!
Come and discover for yourself Port Vila’s hidden gem and its natural and pristine surrounds.
This tour is suitable for those that don’t want to take on Mt Everest while still seeing the best waterfalls near Port Vila.
Montmartre lookout. You will get panoramic view of Port Vila, Erakor and Second Lagoon on your return trip.
Occasionally, when there has been low rainfall in Vanuatu, the level of water in Lololima cascades drops so that the waterfall experience is not as spectacular as usual. If this is the case the tour may go to the Rarru Falls instead as the water level at these waterfalls is usually higher even in low rainfall conditions.