There isn't a sign post for this cave on the main road. You just have to drive through Siviri village then you get to it by the beach.
There was no-one there when got there so we just went in the cave, it's quite big and dark with water at the back. Then a van turned up with a couple of tourists and a young man (Chris) from the village. After they had gone Chris helped my husband and one boy to go in the kayak to look in the cave. We didn't have a torch but Chris had one. Definitely take your own torches as one is not enough.
They got a bit lost as there is no way to find your way around. Chris can take you one at a time if you can be bothered. It was muddy in the caves and there were some swallows in one but you can't really see them.
The cave wouldn't be worth seeing without having a go at the kayaking but for 500 vv just to go in the cave and another 500 to use the kayak, it wasn't really worth the $40 NZ that it cost. The teenager liked it more than the adult!
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