Sawa-I-Lau Caves, Yasawa Islands
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Also known as the heart of the Yasawas, Sawa-I-Lau Caves feature limestone formations carved out by the ocean. Legends say the caves once served as home to a chief and his bride after her family threatened to marry her off to another. They survived at the site until it was safe to escape to another island. Today you can venture into the caves with a local guide, where light from a hole in the ceiling illuminates the chamber. Adventurous visitors can enter a second cavern through an underwater tunnel. Work out when and for how long to visit Sawa-I-Lau Caves and other Yasawa Islands attractions using our handy Yasawa Islands trip generator.
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If you are claustrophobic, don't do the 2nd cave, where you have to blindly swim through a hole. First cave is good and you can see the sky. Don't wear flippers.
Joe and Mariya O
Loved this little excursion we took from Blue Lagoon Beach Resort! Not really a whole lot to see or do while there, but it is definitely worth it. I read a review somewhere that said it was 40 minute ... read more »
We loved our trip to the caves. There was just two groups there when we arrived, 8 of us in total. We boated in from Long beach about an hour away by boat ( $95 per person from there). I have a photo ... read more »
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