Bit hard to get to. Both ourselves and some other travellers we ran into had a bit of trouble finding it. Was a nice walk. Only about half an hour and made for a couple of good photos. According to the sign, you can't swim there though.
First path leads to this falls which is nice and calm. -We climbed to the top of it and the water was very clear -If you keep following the path there is another falls that you can swim in.. there are rocks to jump off of and a rope swing - lots of people there swimming! -Bring your towel -No... 更多
I love natural falls, and Kaiate is wonderful. It had rained a lot recently, so plenty of water, spectacular! Had to take off shoes and socks to cross the Bridge at one point, but not usually. Fab way to spend an hour or so...worth the drive out. Come back to Tauranga via Welcome Bay.
we (my 22 year old son and I) went here after visiting (and walking the summit trail) on Mount Maunganui. It is about 30 min from Maunganui and very easy to get to with Maps on Iphone. I love waterfalls and have seen a good #; i didn't know how this would go over with my son. We saw the... 更多