My husband and I have visited Sawa-i-Lau caves about 8 times now. Going back 15 odd years ago when the Yasawa Island were hardly heard of, when we visited we could scale the walls with the local Fijians and walk into the rock crevices before emerging some 7 metres above the water and diving back down.
These days it is a lot more controlled for safety (understandably) and geared towards large group of tourists.
It is still a fantastic trip to rock caves and, for those that watched the move 'The Blue Lagoon', to visit a part of the movie set.
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