The flowing Mele Cascades yesterday morning.

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By Glenda Willie

The welcoming sight of the flowing Mele cascade is a long awaited sight.

Heavy rainfall on Wednesday night and into the early hours of Thursday has definitely left its mark on the dried cascades, a phenomenon which affected not only the Mele cascade but rivers and streams in many parts of Vanuatu as well.

A staff at Evergreen, which operated the site at Mele said despite the drying up of the cascades recently, the company continued to provide tours and they continued to receive tourists as normal.

The Evergreen cascade is one of the popular natural tourist attractions on Efate.

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