Outside View

Standing there now, at the mouth of the cave—this time we enter, feel inside the flutter of those many hearts, the radiant heat of pumping veins, the stretch of wing on bone like a benediction, and the familiar faces of this many-headed god, benevolent as night is to the weary—the way at dark the cave releases them all, how they must lift like the foam on a wave breaking, how many they are as they enter the starlit air, and scatter in wild wide arcs in search of fruit.

Canal

In caving, you pit yourself against the difficulties of the cave, not against other human beings. It is not a blood sport, not a combative sport, not event a competitive sport. You test your skills, strength, and endurance traversing the cave, stretching your body up and down the contours of vertical cracks, squeezing through tight tubes, pushing gently through nearly water-filled passages with just enough nose room along the ceiling to breathe.

Entrance

Under that rock Has it all A place to sit and a place to wallow A place to throw up down the wall Quarter Mile Crawl

Underwater

From majestic coves and luminescent waters to impressive limestone and gypsum caverns, these striking underwater formations should be on every diver and snorkeler's bucket list.

Interior

Below the bat-hung, throbbing walls, an altar stood, glittering with guano, a stucco sculpture like a Gaudi church, berserk Baroque, stone translated into flux—murk and mud and the floral extravagance of wet sand dripped from a giant hand, giving back blessing, excrement—return for the first fruits offered to the gods.

Camping

In caving, you pit yourself against the difficulties of the cave, not against other human beings. It is not a blood sport, not a combative sport, not event a competitive sport. You test your skills, strength, and endurance traversing the cave, stretching your body up and down the contours of vertical cracks, squeezing through tight tubes, pushing gently through nearly water-filled passages with just enough nose room along the ceiling to breathe.

Statue

Below the bat-hung, throbbing walls, an altar stood, glittering with guano, a stucco sculpture like a Gaudi church, berserk Baroque, stone translated into flux—murk and mud and the floral extravagance of wet sand dripped from a giant hand, giving back blessing, excrement.

Salted Cave

The shadow of the dome of pleasure Floated midway on the waves; Where was heard the mingled measure From the fountain and the caves. It was a miracle of rare device,
A sunny pleasure-dome with caves of ice!

Rooms

Rooms the size of concert halls Borehole with endless walls A great spot for a small luncheon But able to host the largest function Mega Junction

Amusement

Like dark angel choirs bringing Echoed chants and voices seeming Down the pass forever ringing Beyond the First and Second singing River Crossings

Washroom

May your life be like a roll of toilet paper :Long and useful

Poolside

Arrived at the cave pool and had the whole place to ourselves. Had enjoyable swim in the pool. Good facilities and clean

View

The Cave is one of the most picturesque sea caves out there. Its naturally formed archway together with calm, clear water and golden sand beach make this place Instagrammable from every angle.

Entrance & Exit

Under that rock Has it all A place to sit and a place to wallow A place to throw up down the wall Quarter Mile Crawl

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Surrounded by meghalaya border Dense and Thick forests mountains and river makes Hoena a Great Destination in North East India.