I'd heard so much about the Millennium Cave Tour and it certainly lived up to the hype! Almost too exciting at times, so it's worth noting that it's a good idea to check that you're doing the trip with the proper owner-operators. You'll have a much better experience. They have the safety equipment and training. Best to book at the Millennium Cave office situated at the Sarakata River on the outskirts of Luganville. If you're not asked to sign an indemnity form, you're doing the trip with a rogue operator.
I learned two new Bislama words on the trip: "sofmad" (mud) and "as" (bum) ie, "Don't slip in mud and fall on your bum." Did I mention that the track from the village to the cave is very, very muddy? You need a reasonable level of fitness to enjoy the tour, as the elderly gentleman who did the tour with us discovered.
A really lovely part of the tour is the village experience. We spent the night in a local house there which was a real highlight. Again, ask at the Millennium Cave office for details.
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