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Luengöni Cave

Cave in Lifou
  • Near Luengöni Beach, a network of galleries leads to an underground pool with cool and clear refreshing water.

  • The subsoil of Lifou is pierced by many networks of limestone caves, remains of the ancient coral reefs. From Luengôni, you can access a drowned gallery that can be visited by swimming or even scuba diving for the more experienced. The entrance is quite acrobatic, and it is better not to be claustrophobic, but then you enter a natural pool in the middle of stalagmites and stalactites that reveal themselves under the beam of a torch. Fossilized shells, natural formations that resemble organ...
    The subsoil of Lifou is pierced by many networks of limestone caves, remains of the ancient coral reefs. From Luengôni, you can access a drowned gallery that can be visited by swimming or even scuba diving for the more experienced. The entrance is quite acrobatic, and it is better not to be claustrophobic, but then you enter a natural pool in the middle of stalagmites and stalactites that reveal themselves under the beam of a torch. Fossilized shells, natural formations that resemble organ pipes and the roots of banyan trees that come to draw sustenance from this reserve of water, are all part of the show.
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    • French
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  • All year 2024
    Open Everyday
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