Batu Cermin Cave

Batu cermin (meaning: mirror rock) is a natural cave that have a crystal like walls that reflects lights when hit by a light.

Fossils of coral reefs, fishes and turtles on this cave’s walls give us a hint that this place was beneath sea level million years ago.

In some points the stalactite and stalagmite meets the roots of the trees hanging down and in the middle of the cave sunlight penetrate through the cracks of the ceiling cave.

Located east of Labuan Bajo port, this cave can be explored by pay admission fee and local guide fee.

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