Bouma National Park situated on Taveuni Island is one of the most visited attractions of Fiji. Covering an area of nearly 15,000 hectares, it is filled with volcanic peaks as high as 1000 ft, cliffs, and breathtaking waterfalls. The main purpose of Bouma national Park is to protect the rich cover of rain forest from the villagers. The main attraction of the park are the Tavoro Falls, a group of three falls situated at an hour's walking distance from the main road. It also is a perfect spot for hiking and trekking. The Bouma Falls Trail and Lavena Coastal Walk are the two maintained hiking routes inside the park. It is advised that you take along a knowledgeable guide when hiking on these routes and other unmarked routes.