The Fijian islands have many, many waterfalls due to their mountainous nature and the amount of rainfall they get – especially during the rainy season as it was when we were there. We had the opportunity to visit several different waterfalls. The two that I will highlight here are both on the island of Taveuni and are very close to each other. The first photo is the highest (in elevation) and smallest (in vertical measurement of the waterfall) of 3 falls in the area known as Bouma. To my eye, this is the prettiest of the 3 falls there.
The second photo shows the first waterfall you come to at Bouma – and the tallest. The water was about 75 degrees Fahrenheit and was refreshing when compared to the air temperature most days (about 84 degrees) and the water temperature of the ocean when we were diving (also about 84 degrees).