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these caves are perhaps not as well known as the others , and therefore are not as over commercialized as some tourist spots can get. this is most defiantly a positive. it cost around $3 / 5000tsz to enter. you go with a tour guide...More
There are 2 caves there; the northern and the southern.
You go inside with a flashlight for each person along with a guide.
It was like going inside a haunted house in a theme park with the big spiders running and the flying bats.
Since there is not much to do in or near Kiwengwa, this is a perfect break for your beach days. It will take you a short taxi ride and give you a great experience. The local guides are very friendly and tell you a lot...More
There caves were the highlight of my time in Kiwengwa. They are definitely for the adventurous type. I went with two other travelers, we walked from our hotel down the highway and found them using Google Maps. Note that from the highway the sign says...More
We coupled this trip with a spice tour which I would really recommend! A great insight into a dark history, it allows you to touch and feel a very historically significant time in history. Steps into the cave are a bit steep so take care,...More
first i'd like to state, that some of the reviews seem to be about another attraction.
today we took a half day trip from pongwe to the caves and kendwa beach via the turtle sanctuary in nungwi.
we had a really good time, although we...More
I am not sure if these were the caves we visited, but the small cave was entered going through a local village and then down a wooden bridge and steps. The local children were very curious and we were invited into a home. That left...More