Ishigaki Island Limestone Cave, Ishigaki

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Cave · Nature / Park
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. Plan your Ishigaki Island Limestone Cave visit and explore what else you can see and do in Ishigaki using our Ishigaki trip maker tool.
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  • This cave shows nature at its most fascinating. However, some of the human additions need work. I liked the various colors to subtly highlight the stalactites, but the Christmas-style lights detract.....  more »
  • At first glance this place can feel like one of America's off the main road tourist draws - Ishigaki Stalactite Caves... But it is well worth a visit. The natural beauty of the caves is incredible.....  more »

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