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Anahulu Cave - The Underground Swimming Pool

Halaliku Rd, Haveluliku, Tongatapu Island, Tonga
+676 23-363
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These are limestone caves with fresh water to swim in. Situated in the village of Haveluliku on the Eastern Side of Tonga and only about a 30 minute drive from Nuku'alofa it's a must see.A tour of the cave ( including a swim) plus drop off and pick up can be organized by email or contact Teta Office in Nuku'alofa, TongaAnahulu Beach is just infront of the entrance of the cave and is great for snorkeling and swimming.
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Halaliku Rd, Haveluliku, Tongatapu Island, Tonga
+676 23-363
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The cave is amazing. We arrived there and we had the cave for ourselves for quite sometime and what a great experience.The water was fresh but great.

Thank 288mayram
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There are not a lot of outstanding sights in Tongatapu, and this one is quite unique. I would have liked an outdoor shower, so people don't pollute the pool over time. It did occur to me that with bats above, the water might be a...More

Thank Jude D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were only 2 (my wife and I) to enjoy the pool. The water was quite cool, which can be refreshing when it's hot outside. Our main problem was that they were floaties looking like dejection in the water. It kind of wrecked it for...More

Thank David_fr84
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This site costs 15 Pa'anga for the guide to take you down. The caves are incredible and the swimming hole at the bottom is fresh water and lovely. Take a head torch or something to help you see and explore at the bottom. The beach...More

Thank cashew c
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The caves are very cool and to be able to swim in the water is fun. Also, I had never seen bats before, this cave will take care of that for you!Also, the beach there is very beautiful and chances are you will have the...More

Thank Michael C
Reviewed 5 August 2017

The caves are very beautiful and the swim at the bottom is surreal. There was an unfortunate level of rubbish there and we picked up a shopping bags worth on our way out. It's a shame not more care is taken of them. The generator...More

Thank adwadw
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

Stunning cave with fresh water swimming. Definitely one of the highlights of our trip, we had a guide who took us down trough the cave system to the pool. The water was refreshing and crystal clear. Had the feeling it is not preserved as well...More

Thank asteyn2016
Reviewed 24 July 2017

This was the highlight of our day on Tongatapu. We had no idea what to expect and were delighted to discover this natural swimming pool. The water was a lot cooler than the sea but beautifully clear and refreshing. Amazing and thoroughly enjoyed by all...More

Thank 551millyf
Reviewed 22 July 2017

This is really worth going to. There were lights in the cave when we visited, but I would still bring a torch in case as it would be really freaky with no lights!! Underwater torch would be really cool. The whole family really enjoyed this...More

Thank 116Me
Reviewed 7 June 2017

Was an epic experience. Like other reviews , defo bring your own light. If you have a waterproof Torch then you will be sorted. Safe to swim in, or do the walk through the amazing caves. Guy at the top who you pay was abit...More

Thank travelgyspy2016
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Lowie H
5 March 2017|
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Response from Teta T | Property representative |
maybe its not ok with the entrance u have to bend down sorry I dont want to coz any problems with your pregancy ...if u are travelling with other people u can take a look first but to be on the safe side u might just go to... More
Jill H
18 September 2016|
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Response from Huluana |
Pls wear sturdy shoes coz it could be slippery .. Local people walk in barefoot but the are used to it also with jumping off the rocks if you're doing bombs that's ok ..leave the diving in head first to the locals they're... More
17 January 2016|
Response from agape2000 | Reviewed this property |
It was 10 Tongan pagaa a person to enter the cave, or you can book cheap tours through teta tours, contact them through Facebook for their great prices, such as 70 tp for a half day tour