The Sawa-i-Lau Cave tour is a popular tourist attraction in the Islands of Fiji. The tour takes visitors to explore the natural wonder of the Sawa-i-Lau Cave, a network of limestone caves and underwater passages that have been formed over thousands of years.
The tour usually starts with a boat ride to the island where the Sawa-i-Lau Cave is located. Visitors then hike up to the cave entrance, where they will be greeted by a local guide who will provide them with safety equipment and a brief introduction to the cave.
Visitors will then enter the cave, which is filled with crystal-clear water and stalactites and stalagmites formations. The cave has two chambers, and visitors will have the opportunity to swim through the narrow underwater passage that connects the two chambers.
The water in the cave is usually quite cold, so visitors are advised to bring appropriate clothing and footwear. Additionally, visitors are advised to bring a waterproof camera to capture the stunning scenery of the cave.