There is a whole other world to Tahiti than a delightful round shaped coastline and superb reefs. Tahiti has numerous imposing basalt bluffs and greenery flanked valleys spouted by waterfalls with heavenly statures. This raw side of the island is seldom traveled to and it truly a battle to reach here. Here are 2 adventurous activities of Tahiti which will put your calibers to test.
Explore the Hitiia lava tubes
Lava tubes are tremendous passages which are framed by the cooling of magma. A stream goes through these dull hollows, and hence, to investigate these holes you have to swim and scramble through slender rocks in the faint settings. Climbers need to wear a headlamp before entering into the passages and a trip here looks more like a voyage to the third world. The main tube is 100 m long, followed by a 300 m long tube which is a home to two spouting waterfalls whose swooshing sound echoes in the magma land. The third and the biggest cave snakes around an unpredictable system of caverns, too has a waterfall and a frosty cool lagoon inside. At the tubes' opening there are more waterfalls gathering into turquoise pools where you can dive in to resuscitate yourself.
Race to the Lake Vaihiria in a 4WD
4WD tours penetrate deep into the historic archeological destinations of the Papearii and Papeeno Valleys, furthermore to the Lake Vahiria. The jeep keeps running on the sloppy tracks, which are fabricated to get to electric plants, and climbs up to the slopes which monitor the stream valley. While scrambling up the lofty slants, you will defy gravity. The valleys were inhabited before the colonial expansion. The old remnants of the sanctuary and relinquished houses indicate you about the glorious ghost of Christmas past. Natural pools have high measures of minerals, where you can take a plunge to detox and break from the seats of the automobile. Lake Vahiria is a crater lake which is bordered by raspberry plants.
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