This is the first stop in our Tao Expedition. One needs to swim from the boat to get in.
If you are not a good swimmer, you can ask your boat crew to help you out. I saw some in life vest being pulled by their boat crew. If your boat got a kayak, it can be used to get in the hole. On windy days, it can be wavy and a bit difficult to get in. On high tides, the entrance may be under water.
It may be a challenge for some to get in there but it is worth it. A little beach with a lagoon hidden in limestone cliffs... Very pretty!
At peak hours, it can be so full. I suppose, it is better to go there around noon as most boat tours visit it in the morning.
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