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One of the only 2 places (during my tour) where waters was deep enough and where there were actual corals. Be sure to catch the action when the boatman throws food into the water for the fishes. Crazy swarming of fishes and you can go...More
Not sure how the 'Viking' word comes about but stopping by the Viking Cave was part of the island hopping itinerary. You may skip this if you're hiring a private long-tail boat.
Apparently it was said that long time ago, it was a hideaway for...More
This is somewhere to visit in passing only, not as a main attraction as long as you beat that in mind when making the necessary plans for your tour then you won’t be disappointed and will happily enjoy the few minutes you pause here in...More
The place seems to get into the tourist list by force without much of the real base. Guide told viking ship was found here but there is no historical proof of such claim. Yes, the place is bit weird looking but that does not make...More