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Swallows Cave

Listed under Visitor Attractions in Tonga.

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A cleft in one of Tonga’s limestone island has been colonised over many years by swallows, who live here in the autumn and whose nests are built all on top of each other like a city. Below them is only water and below that beautiful coral. Charter boats will take you out here, or you can sea kayak in. The colourful water is sheltered for snorkelling.

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Why is it that nobody has any interest in exploring the underground caverns and networks at the bottom the cave instead of just base jumping into it.

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