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Special place to try after seaside. Nice and cool inside of you are going kn the middle of the day when especialy hot outside.
Pay at the parking place, ticket was 50p for the entrance and additional 75p for swimming. Not sure if same price...More
This cave is quite small, but it's peaceful and great for taking nice pictures. There is a fee to enter this cave, but it's not expensive. You can swim inside the cave. If there is many people, you can just swim 30 min. However, if...More
This cave is pretty clean and well maintained. The water is not that cold and very clean. There is a guide who help us and told us a brief history of this cave. He was very funny and took good photo of me and my...More
We stayed nearby and walked here. You need to make it past the market sellers and walk down some steps in to the cave. It wasn't huge in there. We only stayed for about 5 mins. It's nothing exciting. You have to pay extra to...More
Easiest access to any cave I've ever been so far by just going down a flight of manmade stairs. Dipping in the cool lagoon inside was quite relaxing though. Not for those looking for an extreme caving experience.
This is a nice cave if you can get in with no other tourists been in. When it's full of tourists you cannot appreciate its beauty. You can swim but you need to pay more. It's not a massive cave 10's of metres long but...More
This was well worth the tricycle ride to the cave. A short climb down into the cave (less than a minute) and you are in an underground cavern. It has adequate lighting but not enough to ruin the ambience.
The pool was clean, clear water...More
Response from MercyA162 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the best time to visit this place will be at 8 a.m. In that way, you don't have to wait for other tourists to finish picture taking before you can even have your turn to take photos on the scenery. ;-)