World of Waterfalls Blog
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Most recent blog posts (reverse chronological order):
Robert Louis Stevenson Pool
The Robert Louis Stevenson Pool (or RLS Pool for short) is a short seasonal waterfall in a lush man-modified pool near the RLS Museum in Apia, Upolu, Samoa.
Afu Aau Waterfall
The Afu Aau Waterfalls (Olemoe Falls) is a 15-20m waterfall with an idyllic plunge pool perfect for swimming on the southern coast of Savaii Island in Samoa.
Mu Pagoa Waterfall
Mu Pagoa Waterfall is a 5m tall 15-20m wide falls on the Lata River spilling over an old lava flow right into the South Pacific Ocean off Savaii Island, Samoa.
Papaseea Sliding Rocks
Papaseea Sliding Rocks (or Papase’ea Sliding Rocks) are a set of waterfalls on the Papase’ea Stream with scary (risky) slanted rocks for sliding in Apia, Samoa.
Falefa Falls is a 10-15m river waterfall accessed through a lush and colorful garden towards a ledge on the river’s banks located east of Apia, Upolu, Samoa.
Sauniatu Waterfall (or Sauniatu Falls) is a 20m falls that required us to go on a bumpy road in eastern Upolu Island to the Mormon village of Sauniatu, Samoa.
The Togitogiga Waterfall (or Togitogiga Falls) is a 2-drop waterfall that we visited for free as it was in O Le Pupu’pue National Park on Upolu Island, Samoa.
Fuipisia Falls (or Fuipisia Waterfall) is a pair of waterfalls with the main one featuring a 54m twin falls reached by a short walk near Apia, Upolu, Samoa.
Sopoaga Falls (Sopo’aga Waterfall) is essentially a roadside waterfall as we only had to walk through a garden to the falls lookout near Apia, Upolu, Samoa.
Papapapaitai Falls is a 100m waterfall (one of the tallest if not the tallest on Upolu Island) seen almost right off the Cross Island Road near Apia, Samoa.
“Circles” (Samoa – November 9, 2019 to November 18, 2019)
However, some kids came out of a house and demanded money pretty aggressively. The oldest asked that we pay 10 Tala for taking pictures (seemed like she was making it up as she went), and we did…
The Epic Scandinavia Trip Itinerary – June 12, 2019 to August 3, 2019
The Scandinavia Trip Itinerary page details our epic two-month family trip in the Summer covering almost all of Norway, Sweden, and the best of Denmark…
“Child’s Water Play” (Bass Lake – August 16, 2019 to August 18, 2019)
..I was busy taking pictures before heading out, we noticed that Sophia slipped and fell into a shallow part of Willow Creek. Dad aggressively went into the creek after her when he, too, slipped…
Angel Falls and Devils Slide
Angel Falls & Devils Slide are waterfalls on Willow Creek reached by trails off the Bass Lake north shore in Sierra National Forest near Oakhurst, California.
Corlieu Falls and Red Rock Falls
Corlieu Falls & Red Rock Falls are 80ft and 20ft waterfalls on Lewis Creek experienced on Lewis Creek National Recreation Trail between Oakhurst and Yosemite.
Danska Fall is a 10-15m waterfall (maybe up to 36m) on the Assman River with a bloody past but now features a beech forest near Halmstad, Halland, Sweden.
The Forsakar Waterfall is a 10-11m waterfall in the Forsakar Nature Reserve by a couple of walks from nearby Degeberga near the city of Kristianstad, Sweden.
Gloppefossen is a 120m waterfall on the Veiåne (one of the highest permanent falls in the Setesdal Valley), which I reached on a 6km hike near Rysstad, Norway.
Laegdafossen and the Naeroyfjorden and Aurlandsfjorden Waterfalls
Laegdafossen (Lægdafossen; 580m) and the Nærøyfjord Cruise Waterfalls are the main reasons why we did the scenic cruise between Flåm and Gudvangen in Norway.
Bordalsgjelet (the ‘Bordal Gorge’) is a smaller version of the gorge walks that we saw in Germany and Austria, but this is free and accessed from Voss, Norway.