Naihehe Caves, Sigatoka
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Once serving as a cannibal tribe's fortress, Naihehe Caves boasts a fascinating history and beautiful natural features. Some visitors may find this attraction grotesque as they view the remains of a ritual platform and cannibal oven, but the site educates visitors about local traditions and ancient lifestyles. Besides the history, explore the large cave system naturally decorated with stalactites, flowstones, and underground springs. Expect to get wet, as some entrances require crawling through small spaces. Headlamps are provided. Put Naihehe Caves into our Sigatoka vacation planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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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 ... read more »
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 ... read more »
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.
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