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Vaipo Falls Meadow in Nuku Hiva
French Polynesia

We hiked up to Vaipo Falls - the tallest waterfall in French Polynesia - located in Nuku Hiva of the Marquesas. We started from our boat anchored in Daniel's Bay by taking our dinghy up the river nearby.  Then we walked up through the village and up a trail about 3 miles.  This photo is the meadow, surrounded by cliffs, just before the water fall.  The water fall was mostly dry due to drought conditions, but still beautiful!

Copyright: Frank Taylor
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6324x3162
Taken: 17/05/2010
Caricate: 30/05/2010
Aggiornato: 04/03/2015
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Tags: tahina; vaipo; falls; meadow; nukuhiva; danielsbay
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