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Hello friends! This was a once in a lifetime experience. I have been in caves, I have been in temples and I have been in temples inside a cave, but this time we got a blessing from a priest inside the cave and they blessed...More
There are so many incredible natural wonders on Nusa Penida & this cave is no different. I’ve never experienced anything like it before. Crawl through a small opening/hole into an open 300 meter long underground Hindu temple limestone cave. They hold ceremonies here and daily...More
The cave is really nice and big, the entrance by the very small hole is impressive.
But the temple for me is not impressive. Not very cultural. At the end you have a few Chinese God in porcelaine not very old ..
You have to...More
Tadah! So here I am in the picture below; six feet and broad shouldered, emerging from the tiny entranceway to Giri Putri. It is definitely an interesting and meaningful stop, and the beaches on the way there are simply breathtaking. Do two days in Nusa...More
Go there! Get a sarong and climb the stairs. After that get down in the cave through some narrow rocks.
Be prepared, it’s dark and humid, but it’s totally worth it! Wear comfortable shoes if you can, even flip flops are fine tough. Take with...More
The area maybe tidied and cleaned up a bit then it would be👍🏻. The cave itself is amazing and huge! Lighting helps a lot and having more would help even better. No guides or information available on the drawing wall, the info for the place...More
You have to hike up some stairs to get to the entrance. At the top we were given some holy water and asked to sign the guest book. We donated 20k rupiah. From there you enter a small hole which opens up to the larger...More