Where to find good cave-swimming? [closed]

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I'd love to travel to a place that has a good cave-swimming adventure.* I'd like it to be:

  • Safe
  • Warm
  • Fun
  • Suitable for an amateur
  • Good for photography is a bonus
  • I'd love it if it's a cave that's connected to the ocean.
  • Anywhere in the world is fine, as long as it is generally accessible to a normal tourist (no intense mountaineering training needed, etc.)

What are my options?

* My sister mentioned a friend took her to such a place in Hawaii, but even knowing that I have no idea how I'd find the specifics.

Best Answer

If you are after very safe and fun, if a bit touristy, there are several destinations around Cancun, Mexico (these are known as "cenote"). See http://yucatantoday.com/en/topics/cenotes-underwater-sinkholes.

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The Blue Grotto on the island of Capri, Italy, seems to fit all your criteria:

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However, it is very famous, popular and therefore overrun with tourists:

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Capri is very beautiful and well worth visiting. There is also a Green Grotto on the other side of the island, which is less overrun (possibly because it's not really a fully enclosed cave).

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