Boraga Limestone Cave, Miyakojima

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A giant pumpkin-shaped formation, Boraga Limestone Cave is only accessible by water. Enter the narrow hole in the cliff by kayak to see spectacular hues of turquoise, green, and blue coming from below. Individual exploration is not encouraged here, but you can join guided tours heading here during low tide. Using our world travel planner, Miyakojima attractions like Boraga Limestone Cave can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • I made it last time, dropped the idea because of the tide, so check tide times. Leaf inside the ankle about shallow note, walk easily reach the entrance. First tour there since he arrived. Entrance into narrow one. Swim so deep that there is no problem. Now facing the pumpkin-shaped stalactite. And small pumpkins on the right side and then climb up on the spectacular limestone caves spreading further back, was overwhelmed by the. So help raise customer with ropes and ladders in the tour was a personal best, climbed on its own. In light leaks on the tour because it did not have a portable electric lamps, was fantastic. Will be taking the plunge back in time, it is also thrilling and fun. I think it's safer went in because I have used, is usually participated in the tour. Set snorkel set, life jackets, wet suits, shoes, gloves, such as is required, all tours are all-inclusive seems. Seems hard to leave the crowded little parking so sometimes. I think there need to determine natural conditions are within the criteria, such as tides, waves and there are times when I can't go, so go on out tour. I think next time, let's go with SUP
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  • Bed and breakfast "I-was-" and I of staff took to. First "ripped off." the tour parking was down the steep slope was unable to sense the tamoyo River at the Miyako Island Sea Treasure Museum next to the narrow. Coincidentally, Typhoon No. 21 swells, no swimming beach. In wearing a life jacket and then, five family members firmly grasp rope, was defended by two staff ago and after a while, sea (coast is not! Lol) I walked. When put in the cave at the entrance of the cave is only space to fit the head one is applauded. And serious thought "phew saved his life". Is kept pristine cave without artifacts, was a mysterious place of torchlight only. May never go again may, once was a place worth going to. Reminds me of that time and wrote a little adrenaline rush. We have a great experience.
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