THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED: Off Road Caves Safari tours take visitors through Sigatoka's interior to Naihehe Cave.
THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED: Off Road Caves Safari tours take visitors through Sigatoka's interior to Naihehe Cave. Chris McLennan

Offroad caves safari shows visitors Fiji's cannibal history

FIJI'S popular Off Road Caves Safari started in 2012, complementing the Sigatoka River Safari.

Off Road Caves Safari takes passengers in custom-made Land Rovers through Sigatoka's interior to Naihehe Cave - Fiji's largest cave system - where they learn about its cannibal history.

The tour gives passengers a firsthand experience of the caves - entering via the "pregnancy gap" to the main chamber and seeing a cannibal oven, ritual platform and sacred priest chamber.

After exploring the caves, there is a barbecue lunch and a swim in a refreshing river with the locals before beginning the homeward journey.

This, too, is a memorable experience because guides stop along the way, allowing all guests the opportunity to meet the locals.

Off-Road Cave Safari operates Monday to Saturday with tours departing at 8.30am and 1pm.

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