“The human spirit needs places where nature has not been rearranged by the hand of man.” ~Author Unknown
This is the third part of my Sohoton Adventure.
About three minutes from the cave entrance of Sohoton and explored its natures’ wonder. We saw many rock formations on the side of the cliffs, unique corals underwater visible to the eye, magnificent view of mountains the mirrors on the clear waters.
Our first stop will be the Hagukan Cave, from the local dialect “Haguk” or snore. On the onset of high tide and the water is nearing to close the mouth of the cavern.
It emits a snoring sound as the water slams into the cavern. Our guide informed to set our skull guards and get our life vest on. The R Tours who facilitated this trip brought some vest for the participants who enjoyed swimming.
All started moving in water with our gears on and entered into a small cavern that only our heads can be visible in between cavern ceiling and the water. The guides informed us that inside; a big rock can be step on for us to take our rest. In the dark, only the cavern mouth entrance gave us an ample light and made the water in luminous green color – It is a wonderful experience of fun and excitement. We enjoyed the photo shoots and feel the water temperature to vary from cold to lukewarm. I just do not have any clue why but I think it is a mixture of water from the land above and the seawater.