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A small walk up took us to a large cave, which was habitable by fisher folks even few years back. They had been relocated in the land and the cave was made a tourist fixture. A small, clean beach is in one side of the...More
located not far from the harbor, just took aproximatelly one working hours on a boat you are able to appreciate this gorgeous scene, inside the cave is quite big, with many stalactites, so the style of the light, take one hour going around and also...More
I've mixed feelings about caves or maybe similar attractions that use colored lighting to improve the natural appeal. Despite this, the cave is undoubtedly well worth a trip. The road up with the cave is a simple climb but put on shoes that are good...More
We nearly declined the tour, that was included totally free with the package of ours. We have experienced several caves in a selection of continents; and also the home state of ours, Western Australia, has numerous gorgeous caverns in its southwest. We had to have...More
Jerzy, our private guide got us from our hotel and straight to the cave. Even if there were others in front of us, the cave is huge and we kept a distance to the guys in front to make sure that there is not too...More
This is a great place to see how great nature is. It’s unthinkable and it’s so magnificent.
The Vietnamese have lit up the entire area so you can see well. It’s so fascinating and it’s not easy to explain in words.
A must see for...More