The Togitogiga Falls are situated in the Togitogiga Scenic Reserve and are also part of Pupu-Pue National Park. The water fall is just 28 km away from the Apia city in the south. In the park one can explore flora and fauna of rare nature and one can also find varying terrain everywhere.
The Togitogiga Falls are a hybrid of several waterfalls. Slew of waterfalls adorn at the backdrop forming a sublime natural beauty. The short waterfalls release their water into the large pool below where the tourists can enjoy swimming and unwind while whooping the comfort and solace offered by Mother Nature. The travellers who are looking for diving experience can target the deep middle area while the external portions are ideal to frolic and stroll.
Many tourists visit Togitogiga Falls throughout the year. The place also has comfortable shelters, washrooms, and changing rooms. The tourists are advised not to visit these waterfalls after the rains as the water turns very violent and perilous.
After one enters the park’s entrance, the water falls are on the walking distance. There is also a passage here that leads to the Peapea Cave. But the visitors would have to walk through the rainforest to reach there. The entry to the park is free and one can visit the park on any day.
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