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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Nice cave, worth a short visit to take a picture, but you can‘t enter and explore it. You can go snorkeling in front of it though.

Thank WebsterCGN
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Reviewed 1 week ago

excellent place to dive and splendid view arround. Diving here is so pleasent with the scuba team of the zeavola ressort.

Thank BenoitLaurence
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nothing to see. You'll be on a boat at the mouth of the cave. Can't go in can't even see much. Not worth a visit at all.

Thank rayedbw
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The cave looks nice, but you cannot go inside. They say that natives collect the birds' nests in this cave, and they make very expensive soup with them, because this is an aphrodisiac.

Thank SoniaA09
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Reviewed 3 October 2018

Did a 40 min dive here. Great dive. The water was calm and a lot of coral to see. Had lunch at Pileh Lagoon which was an experience all on it's own.

Thank inastarnet
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Reviewed 27 September 2018

This is more of an added extra on your normal boat trip than an actual destination. You can't go in or near, and you get to look at it as you glide past. Looks nice, not that amazing though.

Thank JasonR4377
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Reviewed 16 September 2018

There wasnt really anything to see here.
Our guide didnt really explain why it was even called "Viking Cave"
we were expecting some kind of a story.
Too bad I just learnt the story over the internet.
It was said that there used to be pirates living here.

The water wasn't so clean but it was still clear.
I felt like I wasted 30mins of our time here.

Thank Karina H
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Reviewed 13 September 2018 via mobile

You can enjoy only by seeing it from the boat by passing by, you can't go inside.
Scenery is beautiful and there are lot of monkeys going around. Not a must-see place as it is not that special but could be meaningful for the local people. Although most of the tours do include a visit there.

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Reviewed 7 August 2018

It was lovely to see and is beautiful but can not say that it impressed me. Did some snorkelling in the area and some wonderful fishes

Thank veronicalw37
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Reviewed 25 July 2018

This was one of the stops on our tour. The boat stopped close enough for us to see in and all we could see was bamboo scaffolding. We didn't really understand what we was meant to be looking at

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