After reading the glowing reviews here on Tripadvisor, I had fairly high expectations of this tour and I must say, they were exceeded. I have jumped out of aeroplanes, bungeed around the world, rafted the Zambezi, climbed mountains and this trek is up there with the best I've done. The hour or so walk at the start is through lush rainforest. The village where you're briefed and fitted with life vests is very authentic and gorgeous. Scrambling through the cave with torches was thrilling. At times in waist deep water. There is a waterfall half way through the cave. The lunch stop was picturesque and I found the next part the best. Scrambling and swimming through the canyon with the canopy above us was so tranquil yet exhilarating. We really enjoyed spending an hour so in the village talking to the locals and playing ball with the kids. This attraction is owned and run by the villagers and proceeds go to the local school. Life vests are provided, food is at the end but bring your own lunch. No helmets, so watch your head. I'd recommend reef shoes for sure. You need to be moderately fit. If you do nothing else while in Santo, check out the Millennium caves. You will never forget it.
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