The Maraa Grottoes are very beautiful. This is a cliff cave. The scenery here is very beautiful. Here you can see the crystal transparent lake and the green cat vegetation. It looks really beautiful.
The Maraa Grotto is a cave surrounded by ferns and densely covered with vegetation. It is the most popular stop for tourists on the itinerary around the island. A winding road in the park leads directly to the cave. Visitors can enter the cave to visit, and even swim to the Paroa cave, which is an underwater cave and the lake is clear.
The chartered master recommended it here, it feels a bit like a blue hole, but the water here is not that deep blue, only a little bit of blue, it also takes a short distance to reach the water, the path is relatively slippery, not recommended to wear Flip-flops come. The outside of the hole is surrounded by plants, but the hole is still quite big. It's not easy to find here. There is no clear road sign. You can find a parking lot near PK 28 and walk by yourself.
When I came to this grotto during the itinerary around the island, a winding road leads directly to the cave. We enter the cave to visit. There is an underwater cave. The lake is very clear and you can swim in the water, but you need to wear a swimsuit in advance and bring it. Put on the towel. However, it should be noted that the path down the cave is very slippery, so you must walk slowly.
There are dense vegetation, cliff caves, and crystal clear lakes everywhere. It is the most popular stop for tourists in the itinerary around the island.
In the cave hidden in the ferns, the vegetation outside the cave is very luxuriant, and it is not easy to approach if you don’t pay attention. After walking a down path to the water's edge, the water in the cave is very clear, with a little blue, and you can swim in the underwater cave.