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We went here during a private shore excursion from our cruise to ishigaki island, this was the first stop we chose. We chose this because most of the kids in our family has never really gone into an extensive cave network on foot that is....More
These caves are remarkably well developed and preserved and I was very surprised to see how spectacular and prolific the underground structures were. It was unusual to see how close we were able to get to the the precious floor and ceiling growths. This place...More
On the day we visited we were unable to eat in the restaurant because of lots of group tours. So we had blue seal ice cream from the shop for lunch.
However the cave itself was lovely, well lit, soft music in some places, Japanese...More
Visit this place when the weather is not so good. Either rain or as an escape from the humidity and heat. Well lit and easy to navigate with young and old. A few guides along the way who knew a little English and tried to...More
The limestone cave is beautiful but the area outside is not well preserved and I in my opinion, the lights that they put in some points make it looks artificial... I am a nature lover and like it as it is.... natural !
An easy walking activity for families or the elderly when the weather is a bit off outside, this impressive 3.2 km cave system is accessible by tourists for 660 metres. The stalactites are varied and lit up in a pleasing manner. Though there is the...More
I have never visited a cave like this before, and I found the experience to be very enjoyable. I was traveling during the off-season so there were very few people there, and I had the freedom to walk through at my own pace. The temperature...More