Tee Kosapi Water Cave in Wanci Rural Community, Wakatobi District
Here is the fact. Wangi-Wangi Island is the prime checkpoint for those who visit Wakatobi District. Not only it has a reliable airport (Matahora), the island also holds beautiful water caves. One of them is located in Wanci Rural Community, which is called Tee Kosapi. The fact is it is also near to other caves like Topa and Kontamale. Thanks to the strategic location. Tourists are able to reach the cave without hassles. On top of that, they have an opportunity to perform an adventure and enjoy rejuvenating nature pond in the location.
Tee Kosapi Water Cave features numerous nature attractions. For instance, lots of stalactites are seen inside. They look quite majestic! When it comes to the mouth of the cave, it is wide and has a good illumination. Due to this reason, the nuance isn’t quite dark inside it. The thing is visitors must pay attention to their steps as a nature pond also becomes a significant feature there. The water is crystal clear and it has the blue color. Such pristine pond would definitely lure visitors to swim and get relieved in the water. Have no worries. Swimming is allowed.
Exploring Tee Kosapi Water Cave
The presence of water caves in Wangi-Wangi Island has been recognized by travelers. Tee Kosapi becomes one of the best choices, after all. In fact, it is considered as the best one, as it comes with the most refreshing and clearest nature pond. Apart from caving, tourists come to the cave for swimming. They even carry extra clothes and swimming goggles. The pond is not quite deep, so everyone can swim in it safely. Plus, the water is quite rejuvenating. It is suitable to eradicate stresses and enjoy the nature, for sure.
Even though most of the visitors are into the pond, some of them come to Tee Kosapi Cave for an exploration. Thanks to wonderful landscape of the site. It is even suitable for photography. No wonder, many families, and teenagers are often seen there. It’s because they want to spend a good vacation in such beautiful nature spot. As for the tip, they need to find the right spots to perform activities like photography, recreation, and trekking. It is because each part of the cave features different landscape condition.
Being one of 12 caves in Wanci City, Tee Kosapi is considered the most famous one. Unlike other water caves, no villagers come to the location for washing clothes. That means the nature pond remains pristine and unspoiled. No wonder, visitors can enjoy swimming in a comfortable manner. The thing is they are not allowed to use soap when bathing. Otherwise, the water would be contaminated. Another important tip is related to extra clothes. They must bring some, for sure.
- Kontamale Cave
- Topa Cave
- Lasa Cave
- Mola Village
How to Get There
Simply said, tourists need to head to Wangi-Wangi Island. An airplane is the most recommended transportation, actually. Once they get to Matahora Airport, they can simply head to Wanci Rural Community and reach the cave right away. That’s all.
Where to Stay
- Wakatobi Patuno Resort
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