Ishigaki Island Limestone Cave, Ishigaki

Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
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2.7/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
Head deep into Ishigaki Island Limestone Cave to study and admire the interesting and atmospheric geological feature. The limestone cave system was created over a period of a million years, with the site previously submerged underwater. Spot fossils of corals and shells around the cave, with a vast area open for the public to explore. A concrete path into the cave makes it accessible for children and the elderly, while lamps around the system light the interior of the cave with an atmospheric glow. Take a guided tour to learn about the geology behind the limestone cave and the local myths attached to it. Arrange your visit to Ishigaki Island Limestone Cave and discover more family-friendly attractions in Ishigaki using our Ishigaki travel itinerary maker.
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  • 4 students with honest uuuu I. That was appealing to the atmosphere of the cave was first seen regardless.--and the same. What thoughts come to places like this and say, not even may (lol) may be what we're still too young.
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  • It was very long.It was more than 400metres.There are lots of columns like buildings.It is like you are in a dark magical world. 
  • Having been in caverns before, his was just more of the same. Nothing outstanding. But for someone who has never been in a cavern, it would be worth the price of admission. 
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