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The best 1 day trek I have ever done

Firstly, do not underestimate the absolute amazing experience you are about to undertake on this... read more

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homebake
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Albury, Australia
Great fun

An untouched wilderness shrouded in traditional customs. Loved meeting the village members, hearing... read more

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Reviewed September 7, 2017

Great tour. Four activities in one single day.
But be careful it your fit it is not good. They don´t tell you anything before the activity but it is VERY hard. It your body it is not ready for strong exercise, don´t do it.
If you are fine, it is a great tour.

Thank Felipe-Alonso-M
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Reviewed August 30, 2017

What an adventure ! I couldn't have done this without the attentive and encouraging Paul . He was a fabulous guide and showed us so much about the culture and we were privileged to have had this experience . Damn challenging , Paul was there for every step . Thank you Paul and my husband who had my back the whole way . The scenery is spectacular. Being in the village is a privilege too .

Thank Julie H
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Reviewed August 23, 2017

My partner and I had a great day with the Millenium Cave tour guides. It is important to note the tour supports the local village nearby and is a main source of their income. Also, the guides come from the local villages. I would not recommend this tour for children as there are many ladders through the jungle and boulders and quite a few areas where long legs help a lot. Of course there are hand holds and ropes and things to help in tricky areas, but overall children under 12 would probably not enjoy it as it's a long day with a lot of hiking. Our group of 6 was joined with a couple of mothers and their 3 children under 8 who complained/ had to be carried by the guides through some of the trip. I guess if you bring children, tip the guides well for this added service. The swim down the river through the green gorge was especially relaxing as the children were far in front of us and it was the 6 of us floating along with our life jackets. There's even a spot to jump into the river, make sure you ask your guide. My boyfriend and I are in our 30s and our legs were quite sore for 2 days afterwards, so make sure you stretch after the tour. Bring your own lunch and make sure what you're wearing is ok to get wet. One woman complained that her sneakers were wet halfway through the tour...remember you are swimming in your clothes and shoes as well as walking through a cave with at times knee deep water and a few streams on the way. Thank you for a great experience!!

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Reviewed August 22, 2017

If you're semi active, do yourself a favour and book in a day trip out to Millenium caves.

There you'll have the pleasure of seeing some villages and meeting the locals. As you trek towards to cave you'll be able to take in some of the sights and smells of the forest. the trail can be challenging depending on weather conditions (try not go after a big rain). But if you take your time its not too physically demanding for those who keep relatively active. The first trek will take about 1.5-2.5 hours.

The cave itself is pretty cool, and goes for some distance (?200 metres) as you navigate your way through, around and over rocks with a stream running through it.

The real magic happens on the other side, where you open into a canyon of sorts. As you float down the canyon take in the stunning environment as the forest/ jungle over hangs the canyon and the water is just sublime after a walk!

Tips: bring shoes that can hold up in water and mud. You will get wet and dirty (but that's half the fun). We wore reef shoes / scuba diving booties and they were fine. Don't forget to bring your own lunch and water.

Thank Marcus d
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Reviewed August 12, 2017 via mobile

We loved loved loved the Millenium Cave tour. Along w Mount Yasur this was the highlight of Vanuatu. Run by Paradise Tour - booked through our hotel (Barrier Beach Resort) they aren't wrong when they described as four tours in one - a beautiful hike through the rainforest and villages, some challenging scaling of lasers which sneakily get u up and down cliffs into/out of the cave, the cave itself, canyoning and floating down the river. The scenery is unbelievably beautiful. Wear good runners that u r happy to walk in rivers in. Carbo-load the night before and plan nothing the night of. It is strenuous and exhausting - but very achievable and satisfying. Bring lunch and a waterproof camera (or waterproof bag to keep phone/camera dry). The guides will do their best to keep stuff dry - but it is ur responsibility. Highly recommend.

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