Cannibal Caves Tour, visit a Fijian Village, take part in Kava Ceremony

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Departs: fiji, fiji

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

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This tour will give you a mix if things to discover and experience Fiji. You will witness existence of human cannibalism in the village caves. You cannot miss to visit here while in Fiji. This exciting tour travels by a private vehicle to the village, canoe across the river (subject to water level) then short walk to the cannibal cave. You will not be bored for a minute that's for sure, we will stop at several places along and drive through scenic mountain and coastal routes so that you get the most out of your time spent on this tour. Our tour guide will tell you the history of Fiji, the original arrival of Fijians, Indians and others in Fiji under the British rulings and the country as it is now. There will be hardly anything left that you will not know about Fiji by the time this tour ends. Our tour driver/guide is exceptionally friendly, we are accommodating, we will look after you on this tour and bring you back to the hotel safely with big smile on your face.

What's Included

Air-conditioned vehicle

All Fees and Taxes

Bottled water

Pick up from hotel or the port and drop off to the hotel or the port

Private transportation

Safety Shoes, Torch to Enter caves, Village Cave Expert

Toilet facilities for men and women

What's Not Included

Personal care items, such as, sun lotion

Traveler Information

  • CHILD: Age: 4 - 12
  • ADULT: Age: 13 - 75

Additional Info

  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries

Cancellation Policy

What To Expect

You will pass through Nadi town. It is one of the busiest local tourist towns, you will be able to observe the old colonial style towns filled with locals and tourists. If you need to get to the bank for money change and then you might be able to ask the tour guide for a brief stop over at on of the local money exchange places.

• Admission Ticket Free

Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple
This is one of the largest Hindu temples in southern hemisphere. It is open everyday of the week for worshippers and visitors. It is one of the famous places where lot of tourist go to for a quick look around, prayers, or even to receive blessings from priests. If you are interested then the tour guide may be able to stop over at this place for a short 15 - 20 minute experience

• Admission Ticket Free

Sigatoka is vibrant coral coast town that connects to coastal hotels, local villages and serves a community of about 10,000 people in the district. It is well known for famous river that runs past the beautiful town, tourist shopping, fresh fruits and vegetable supply to many parts of Fiji and other tourist things to do in the closer vicinity. You can stop over briefly for a quick walk around the place to feel the local atmosphere.

20 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Lawai Pottery Village
This village has unique skills of making the handicraft items out of clay and other natural materials that are sold as souvenirs to hundreds of tourists which they can take to their home country. You don't have to buy but you will be amazed to see what they create.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

Naihehe Caves
Begin with a traditional kava ceremony in the village. Kava tasting if you have never tasted kava.
Once the villagers has accepted the kava protocols then a short walk to the Sigatoka river.
Ferry to the other side of the river on a bamboo raft and a 15 minutes walk through native bush and farms brings you to the cave.
Enter into the cave and discover the different chambers that plays a different roles in the olden days. Learn more from the tour guide as he tells the fascinating history of this area.
Take note of the names of the chambers such as the pregnancy gap, the oven cooking chamber and many more interesting chambers
Return to the village for delicious Fijian food
Local entertainment and dance with the locals.
A farewell song of Isa Lei will be sung by the villager

4 hours • Admission Ticket Included


Best day in Fiji
LOtraveler, 15-01-2020
Wow! This tour exceeded all our expectations. We were met by Vashna and Vishal who spent the entire day as our tour guides and ended up becoming great friends. We saw a beautiful Hindu temple, ate fresh fruit from a roadside stand, found the best views on the island, toured a small village, danced with village children, had a kava ceremony, watched pottery being made, took a trek from another village, took a Billibilli ride across a river, ate jungle fruits, learned cannibal history, climbed through a small tunnel into a massive cavern, ate lunch with a village chief and his family, toured a beautiful local farm and were warmly received by a local farming family for tea. We were immersed in real Fijian culture and learned about history, crops, local customs and felt the true spirit of Fiji.

This tour is a MUST DO when you visit Fiji. Great value and wonderful people.

Vinaka vaka levu to Vishal and Vashna for making this trip so special!
So interesting and exciting
susansP2049NX, 12-12-2019
Tia our guide, knew the history of these caves so well! She shared her knowledge with passion and skill! This was well worth the money and we are so glad we did this tour! We added a jetboat ride afterwards and Captain Fini was just the best!

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