|Location:||Cayman Brac, 3.4km east of Gerrard Smith Road on South Side Road East. Signposted.|
Skip Harper (2002):
Adventuring on Cayman Brac,
A Guide to Great Adventures on this Small Caribbean Gem.
Heel & Toe Pub, November 2002, paperback, 190pp., ISBN: 0964064529.
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|1997||cave equipped with two wooden ladders.|
As the name suggests, this cave has a bat colony inside. It its frequently visited, signposted and even a little bit developed. There are two wooden ladders leading to upper rooms of the cave. The cave is noted for various speleothems. The main formation looks like a wedding cake.
The ceiling of the main chamber collapsed, and so the cave is well lit, at least the main part. A torch is nevertheless a good idea.
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