The views inside and outside of the grotto are incredible: colorful schools of fish and waving sea grass are everywhere underwater; the inside of the grotto is otherworldly, with amazing rock formations and sunlight streaming through the cave ceiling. There are underwater surprises good and bad. You'll find a couple of smaller, adjacent caves to swim into. But, an underwater exit at the back of the main cave leads to rough waters. Finding your way back into the cave from there can be a challenge. If you choose to explore this route, do yourself a favor and take the long way around the outside of the cave to return to a calmer entry point. Make sure to take deep breaths when going underwater - you'll hit your head on jagged rocks if you come up before you clear the rocks. Even though there is one entrance/exit you can use so you don't have to swim underwater, you should be a STRONG SWIMMER before visiting this grotto. Bring a camera!
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