4 Caves in Indonesia that you should visit - With photos & details

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4 Caves to explore in Indonesia

World's largest island country, with more than seventeen thousand islands.

Devil's Tearレンボンガン島, Jungutbatu, Nusapenida, Kabupaten Klungkung, Bali 80771, Indonesia

Well known for it's tide pools and sunset views. Gigantic waves continously smashes the rocky coves here creating massive explosions resulting in widespread ocean mist aka "Devil's Tears". Has a history of people getting killed/ missing by the strong waves.

Goa GajahUbud, Bedulu, Kec. Blahbatuh, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia

Goa Gajah, or Elephant Cave, is located on the island of Bali near Ubud, in Indonesia. Built-in the 9th century, it served as a sanctuary. Although the exact origins of the cave are uncertain, it is believed to have been built as a place for spiritual meditation. The cave was rediscovered by Dutch archaeologists in 1923, but the fountains and bathing pool were not discovered until 1954. It is now a tourist attraction.

Jomblang CaveJetis Wetan, Pacarejo, Kec. Semanu, Kabupaten Gunung Kidul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55893, Indonesia

It is part of a cave system that covers the whole of Gunung Kidul. The caves were formed over thousands were formed by rainwater and underground rivers that eroded the karst rock. It is one of the attractive place in Indonesia.

Pindul cave jogjaGelaran2, Gunungbang, Bejiharjo, Kec. Karangmojo, Kabupaten Gunung Kidul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55891, Indonesia

Pindul Cave is a cave formed by karst with underground river located about 7 kilometres south of the city centre Wonosari, Gunung Kidul. Gua Pindul is known for the cave tubing that visitors can do and is done with tires that float above the underground river inside the cave, this activity known as cave tubing. There are gaps above the cave that can be passed as a pathway to enter vertically.