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We visited Espiritu Santo in September 2018 and read the great reviews about the Millennium Cave adventure. We were staying at the Barrier Beach Resort and they booked the expedition for us and provided us with a packed lunch. I think it costs about 8000...More
An unforgettable experience! This is a full day tour that involves trekking, caving, canyoning and swimming. What started as a daunting trip (as I am a first timer for such ecotours) turned out to be a fantastic adventure! The guides were very friendly and helpful...More
We are trailers and we love to run and walk in nature's track. this one was really exciting and funny.
We were a small group and started by maybe 40min of bus. Then you start to walk throught the forest, villages. Very funny moment when...More
Well worth the somewhat high price and a full day out from 8.15am to nearly 5pm. The guides are good at helping people go at their own pace. We were in the first of three groups with another couple and one guide and got round...More
The trip was a perfect mixture of hiking, canyoning, swimming (with a life vest on) in the canyon, and walking in a complete darkness in the, stumbling over stones in the Millennium cave. It is not very difficult, although for people that never do any...More
I hemmed and hawed and finally went on this cave tour. Definitely worth the money, we booked through the resort. But I was not ready for the huge amount of physical effort. Definitely wear shoes that can get wet and clothes you don't care about....More
We loved our visit to Millenium Caves, swimming through the canyon was just stunning! Starting with a briefing at their base in town of what lay ahead, we were transported by car/Ute for around 45mins to the first village where we started our walk. My...More
We could not miss the chance to return to Millenium Caves on our cruise to Luganville in December. This day trip never fails to provide an excellent experience trekking through the beautiful landscape and caves to the fun of jumping into the flowing river from...More
We went in our own hired pickup truck to the Millennium Caves. Tony and Bosco were our guides. They really took good care of us.
My wife and myself, we did the caves seven months before (in the wet season) and we loved it so...More
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We booked it through the owner of the resort we stayed at, Barrier Beach Resort. It was 800 Vatu each which included a packed lunch prepared by the resort. I’m sure you’ll be able to do the same wherever you’re staying. It’s... More
We booked it through the owner of the resort we stayed at, Barrier Beach Resort. It was 800 Vatu each which included a packed lunch prepared by the resort. I’m sure you’ll be able to do the same wherever you’re staying. It’s not advisable to book too far in advance because trips can be called off due to weather. Wait till you get there. But do it! It’s amazing.
Depends on age of the children, their capabilities and how much it has been raining. Very scary and no safety harnesses/ropes. The guides and great and really helpful, but involves completely vertical ladder climbing (up and... More
Depends on age of the children, their capabilities and how much it has been raining. Very scary and no safety harnesses/ropes. The guides and great and really helpful, but involves completely vertical ladder climbing (up and down), pulling yourself through very fast rapids with a rope, climbing over boulders and climbing through a pitch black cave. Very physically demanding. Much worse if it has been raining, as the rapids are higher and faster. I’d say minimum age would be high-school age or older if they are strong and well coordinated? :) Hope this helps!