Under the guidance of the local government, early in the morning, the bat cave was forgotten. Along the way, there were shaded days. In the morning, the temperature in the mountains was lower than that in the seaside, and the air was humid. After walking along the mountain road for nearly an hour, we arrived at CAVE1. It looks like a stalactite cave, which has not been developed much yet. The stalagmites and stalagmites inside are black and rumbling. At first, there are still light refracted from the cave entrance. Although it is dark, it is enough to lead the way. The darker you go in, the more terrified you feel! ____________ Listen to the guide said, we follow the guide brother's light guide, see the cave top numerous small stone caves, some small branches in which, also think that this is the bat nest, the guide told us that this is actually a bird's nest. When we continue to walk in, we come to a large and spacious cave, which is about twenty meters wide and ten meters high. The tour guide said that this is where the bats live, but the cave is dark, and the bats on the top of the cave are much smaller than imagined. Looking at the past, it is only some small black spots on the top of the cave. In fact, the interest in the cave is just exploration, the key is the process of experience.
Bat Cave is located in the northeast of Yabo Beach. It is the home of cave bats and fox bats. If you aspire to be a naturalist or cave explorer, you can hire a local guide to take you through the jungle trails to find these caves. If you prefer a more relaxed way, you can also lie on the white beach in the evening and wait for thousands of bats to fly from head to head in search of food.
There are more than 2.5 million bats living in this scenic area. Every night at 6:30 p.m., they fly out in groups to look for food. The scene is very spectacular. The main food of these bats is fruit. More than half of the durian production in Dabao is attributed to the pollination of these bats, so the local people say that there is no durian without bats.
Five o'clock past, too inconvenient, very far, before doing a strategy to see others in the mountains, we were taken to an island in the sea. The shopkeeper of a small shop near the beach rowed us to collect 500P. There was no way to be exclusive. It was windy and rough at the edge of the island, and it took two shores to get ashore.
Beautiful beach, kind people, delicious food, selfless scenery
Bat cave is not far from Puka Beach. It is home to cave bats and foxes. If you aspire to be a naturalist or cave explorer, you can hire a local guide to take you through the jungle trails to find these caves. But entering the cave requires a strong odor. If you prefer a more relaxed way, you can also lie on the white beach in the evening and wait for thousands of bats to fly from head to head in search of food.