When trying to view this main grotto a man was there with a decorated bicycle and body of tattoos but he finally moved aside so we could get some photos.
This is a a roadside stop but well worth it. The grottoes and weeping walls that surround them are beautiful. Take some time and actually stay for a while. Access is incredibly easy.
This is a nice quick walk if you are in the area. There was a local man at the entrance to one of the grottos that questioned if we were going to take a picture, after a previous reviewer seemed to be taken advantage of I answered no and kept my camera in my pocket. Within a…
Our visit was late in the day and not a lot of people around. This grotto is the largest and there are several other which we didn't have time to visit. Worth a visit
We stopped at the Grotto for a few pictures and then left. It looks a lot like the Fern Grotto on Kauai but not nearly as nice. Not wheelchair accessible like a lot of other things in Tahiti.