We looked at this and thought "Oh My" but found out that this first mountain was the easy one!
A boulder fell on the path so they put a bamboo railing and ladders at each side. It was fun!
Vince on the other side of the boulder.
First mountain finished and now to start the hike to the cave.
This was the beginning, nice and flat and easy!
The zodiac boats they use to go around the first mountain but only if the sea is calm.
Every time we reached the top of a climb there was another and another and another!
Limestone. It has great hand holds!
Vince taking shots of the pavilion.
We planned it so the sun would be in just the right spot. This was the first thing we saw when we entered the cave! The pavilion was built in 1890 for the visit of King Rama V.
There were large stalactites and stalagmites all over and some were even from ceiling to floor.
Vince looks to little. This was only one small part of the cave.
Another part of the cave where the trees reach to the sky. If you look closely you can see Vince in the lower area of the picture in the middle near the lowest green tree.
Looking down into the first area of the cave I caught this woman taking pictures.
I loved this area. It was covered and went back 30 feet or more and I felt like it would make a very nice cave home!
This explains what a dry waterfall is.
On the way out. The waves were still too rough for the boat.
This is the tip of the mountain the boats go around and we hiked over.
This beach is only accessible by climbing the mountain or by boat. It is so beautiful!
Vince resting after our adventure!