Cannibal Caves Tour, visit a Fijian Village and part take in a Kava Ceremony followed by Lunch
On this full day tour you'll experience the Sigatoka valley on your way to the Naihehe Cannibals Cave Tour. Explore several chambers with ease with no bats in this secret cave system. In addition, you'll take part in a traditional Kava Ceremony to enter the village. More importantly, on your tour of a typical Fijian village, you'll meet the kids and experience Fiji village life with lunch. This is a guided tour.
After being picked up from your hotel you'll be transported to Sigatoka town, a 35min drive from Nadi. Then it's off into the fruit bowl of Fiji that is the Sigatoka Valley. This tour is especially great for the kids and the whole family, they won't be bored with all the fun things to do on this tour.
Fiji's cannibal cave tour
The hidden entrance to the caves is tucked away in the native bush that surrounds it. It used to be the cave fortress of Fiji's last cannibal tribes. It was ruled by a pagan priest and hundreds of people lived inside for months at a time. You'll follow the cave system with light from a lantern to the legendary "Pregnancy Gap" which opens up into the huge and wondrous Grand Cathedral Chamber. The cave includes natural features like sparkling stalactites, stalagmites, flow-stones and underground springs - however, its history makes this cave particularly special. You'll see a ritual platform, priest chambers and cannibal oven! It's pretty amazing to see. The cave inside is comfortable, with easy access, plenty of fresh air and no bats or creepy-crawlies.
Kava ceremony and Village Tour with lunch
Before entering any Fijian village you must participate in the customary kava ceremony. Once this is complete then it's off for a tour of the village with lunch made by the locals.