Wallilabou Falls

St Vincent & the Grenadines

An inviting waterfall that splits into two streams over three large boulders before filling a large swimming hole surrounded by trees and birdlife. Downstream, the river passes beneath a colonial-era dam that has been reclaimed by nature, with trees growing out from gaps in the stones.

Look for the turn-off on the right about 1km north of the Wallilabou Anchorage.

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