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Beautiful, historical place. The name of the cave says it all… Naihehe means ‘a place to get... read more

Reviewed October 19, 2016
KarolaRS
Just WOW..!!!

It was awesome to visit this cave whereby you have to bend right down so that we can pass the... read more

Reviewed October 10, 2016
vakalalaburem
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Lautoka, Fiji
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Notable for its massive size and unusual natural characteristics, this cave was once a fortress for a cannibal tribe and still contains a cannibal oven and other reminders of this gruesome history.
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Sigatoka, Viti Levu, Fiji
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Reviewed October 19, 2016

Beautiful, historical place. The name of the cave says it all… Naihehe means ‘a place to get lost’. Naihehe Cave was home to the 'Sautabu' people during Fiji's tribal warfare days. Great for a day trip!

1  Thank KarolaRS
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Reviewed October 10, 2016

It was awesome to visit this cave whereby you have to bend right down so that we can pass the pregnancy gap, than experience and to see what the cave had to offer. The fun part was to off our torches and to shout out...More

1  Thank vakalalaburem
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Reviewed October 5, 2016

Coastal Inland Tours picked us up on the Coral Coast and took us back to Sigatoka, where we learned about Kava Ceremonies. They have a very nice store where they tell you about the cannibal tools and Fijian crafts. We left for the Naihehe Cave....More

7  Thank gretchen961
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Reviewed August 20, 2016

We visited the caves through Off Road Cave Safari and it was an awesome experience to see something a bit different and hear all the stories about the caves.

Thank Chelsea B
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Reviewed July 11, 2016

Enjoyed learning about Fiji's history. Ace and Kesa were excellent guides. Went with the Off Road Cave Safari out of Sigatoka and was impressed with the whole experience.

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Reviewed June 25, 2016 via mobile

We joined Lino Cappuccino (tours based from just down the beach from The Warwick -200m to right of Nadi wing). Cheaper than the resort and excellent local guides. We first Took a local bus into Sagatoka - fun experience, with late 60s music to sing...More

3  Thank Raenobleadams
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Reviewed June 14, 2016

Amazing trip thank you to Kesa and Ace, luch, water, sarong and kava ceremony with the priest all included in the package. Not for those with knee problems as you will need to crawl through the pregnancy gap...LOL Highly recommended, book the tour through your...More

Thank LineMc
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Reviewed June 7, 2016

On entrance to the caves we encountered a heap of bird nests which we saw a little bird coming out of his nest - amazing. We headed to the pregnancy entrance, crossing through into the beginning of a world of history and knowledge. We strolled...More

Thank Carmen T
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Reviewed December 20, 2015

A great way to see how the local village hid the villagers when attacked, from the low entrance that the warriors would club as the attackers entered, to the "oven" where "meals of the attackers" were prepared for the villagers.

1  Thank Beerbog
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Reviewed November 3, 2015

we took the tour with coastal inland tours to the Naihehe caves. a transfer picked us up from our hotel and drove us to the cave's local village. we participated in a kava ceremony requesting permission to enter the tribe's village. we then embarked a...More

5  Thank Ashwelll
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Ashwelll
October 15, 2015|
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you can also booked with us going in cave tours....Bula Hotel Transfers & Tours or call us at 8369498 / 9362174
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50 minutes to 1 hour drive
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