Experience - Review of the caves of Sawa-I-Lau, Yasawa Islands, Fiji
When you have the opportunity to go to the Sawa I Lau Caves, then you should definitely do it and make sure you go into the second cavern, it may be a frightening thought, but when we left, it was just a question of keeping your breathing for maybe 5 seconds and you were through to the next one.
This was a great adventure, the waters were a cool, fresh break from the outside temperatures and a great thing to do with your families or your boyfriends. They were fantastic and told us the story of the area and the cave and ensured us that everything would be fine and they made the journey very funny.
The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. It was well deserved to see the waters and the atmosphere in the caves. From the Blue Lagoon Resort we went to the caves. Cavern' waters are cold and clean (no saltwater). During our trip the flood was high and a trip to the second cavern took about half a metre (with a mask) to swim undersea.
but my man said it can be frightening to be claustrophobic. No. It is not a beautifully adorned cavern (with highlights to emphasize the formations), so what you see through your eye may be different from a flashing camerawork.
We had to wait about 1 hours to enter the cavern, because the locals switched the locks to the door, but the travel agencies did not provide information. After that we had to wait for another trip with the new keys, which reduced our stay in the cavern. The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. Vinaka Bula, thank you for emphasizing your cavern experiences. Hopefully we will see you again in the Blue Lagoon region in the nearness. After experiencing the caverns through our Blue Lagoon Cruises, we were enjoying every moment of it.
There is a solid stairway leading into the first cavern, which makes the entrance very simple. When bringing fins, it is simple to take the last stand and put the fins on before you go into the canal. Discover the illuminated cavern and walk to the other side to look up the passage where you can see the outside.
They will help you through the deep caves. It is even possible to lean your skull to one side at low water and walk into the cavern without depressing. The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. Glad you enjoy your cavern experiences.
Thank you for purchasing the Cruise to see the renowned area. To have glasses, fins and snorkels to make your visit to the cavern much more comfortable and to dive through the rocks that open into the second cavern was a buzzing, and the beautiful stretch of water contributed to the highlight of the afternoon.
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