The Most Exciting Beach Caves to Explore Across the World

It may go without saying, but beach caves are incredible creations. Not only are they a breathtaking natural phenomenon, they also make for the perfect tourist destinations. Typically, these rock formations are created by the power of water and wind, which usually takes hundreds or thousands of years to fully form. As such, beach caves have stunning views that draw tourists from around the world. They are most popular with adventure lovers or with those who love to spend their vacations outdoors. They offer a new type of vacation that can be educational, thrilling, and, well, enlightening. To give you a better view, here are some of the most exciting beach caves from around the world.

1. Waiahuakua Cave (Hawaii, USA)

The Waiahuakua Cave is one of the longest beach caves in the world, with a length of about 1,155 feet. Many tourists find this cave to be spooky and dark; however, you’ll be treated to wonderful sights once you’re inside. So, overcome your fears of the unknown, and step into Waiahuakua to be mesmerized. To be specific, this cave has a lot of amazing features, including a beautiful tunnel, pinkish-red rock formations, and a huge cathedral room. Finally, it also has a waterfall that streams to the ceiling. Most tourists consider this waterfall as one of the most magical parts of the world, let alone the cave, itself. To head into this cave is to ask the universe for a breathtaking adventure. Will you accept the call?

2. Fingal’s Cave (Scotland)


Fingal’s Cave is one of the most exciting beach caves in the world. In fact, a lot of tourists regard this cave as extraordinary because of its stunning geological features, specifically its one-of-a-kind basalt columns. Aside from that, this cave is also popular for the eerie sounds it produces. In fact, many who visit the cave claim to hear moans and groans while they’re sightseeing due to the shapes of the rock formation. This cave really looks like something magical out of a storybook, so you definitely need to see it in person for yourself to get the full effect.

3. Blue Grotto (Italy)

The Blue Grotto is one of the most popular beach caves in the world, thanks to its rich history and stunning views. You see, Emperor Tiberius used this cave as a swimming hole back in Roman times. During the 1960s, statues of sea gods were found inside the cave. Finally, the special feature of this beach cave is its blue-colored water, which is breathtaking. It looks unreal. You really have to see it for yourself to believe it. Keep in mind that it is not safe to enter this cave during inclement weather; thus, trips may be canceled on short notice. And, when you do go to the cave at any time of year (or any cave for that matter), it is especially important to exercise extreme caution and visit at your own risk.

4. Cuevas de Marmol (Chile)


Cuevas de Marmol is the last on this list of the most exciting beach caves in the world. It has a solid marble that borders Lake General Carrera, a glacial lake located at the border of Chile and Argentina. A special feature of this beach cave is that it changes color. Depending on the time of the year, lucky visitors may witness the swirling blue walls of the cave and its azure waters. This special light effect truly makes the cave appear to be magical in nature. So, satisfy your want for fantasy and visit Cuevas de Marmol the next time you’re in South America.

Maria Dolores Garcia

Maria is a contributor who is passionate about health, fitness, and beauty. During her free time, she tries to discover the beauty hidden in the chaos of today's fast-paced way of life. With a background in health and medicine, she hopes to inspire you to start living a fun, active, and healthy lifestyle through her writing.

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