Cathedral Cave CATHEDRAL CAVE, there is a tall and thin cave inside the mountain. According to the weather and wind conditions on that day, you can snorkel into the cave to visit. In other people's posts, you can see that the cave with a large space is as high as the church, maybe because of this, so it is called CATHEDRAL CAVE by the local people. The weather changed in the afternoon of our trip. The wind and waves around the island were so strong that the boats could not shake. So the captain cancelled the arrangement of snorkeling and could only take pictures at a distance.
Those who go by big boat and then change to small boat for sightseeing have good scenery. It's easy to get seasick when the boat sails fast.
A very large reef cave formed under the impact of sea water is called the Cathedral Cave because the cave is carved with a cross and can snorkel or rent kayak. Because the cave is formed naturally, there is a sense of mystery, which makes me feel as if I were exploring secrets.
The scenic spot is located in a superior location, occupies a large area, afforests very well, the ticket is very preferential, the group purchase is cheaper, the facilities inside are more comprehensive, and some facilities are being perfected, very good choice.
It was a big cave where the cross was engraved on the wall. There was a sense of mystery. It was suitable to take pictures.
The cave is not big. It is formed by the erosion of sea water and natural collapse. It is a pity that stalactites are not seen.
It's interesting, it's hard to get in, but it's also fun. Have the pleasure of exploring treasures.