The road here is not very easy to walk. After passing through the bird island, you must continue to follow the small road. It is not recommended to try the general car, because the road is really not easy to walk, and it will often get stuck in the chassis
Carabella Cave is one of the attractions of the jungle exploration project on Saipan. The meaning of this cave is bones in the local language. No wonder you will feel gloomy and chilly when you walk in. It turns out that this cave is also It used to be a cave where the Spaniards detained local rebels, of course, it also brutally killed many locals here.
We went to Suicide Cliff to listen to Sui Ge's explanation. It turned out that this place was also the site of a Japanese girls' high school at that time. Although the scenery is broad and invincible, it is difficult to cover the desolation. Leaving the suicide cliff, we stopped by to go to Kalabera Cave. This cave is a stalactite cave. Before the Spanish period, the Chamorro prison was a bit gloomy, and I felt very gloomy and terrible when I arrived at the entrance of the cave. Because we didn't bring enough lighting equipment and suitable shoes, we gave up exploring the cave, but there are often archaeologists from all over the world coming in and out. If there are enough people and equipment, you can go on an adventure, maybe you can find the treasures or cultural relics of the Chamorro people.
It turned out that this cave was also used as a cave where the Spanish detained local rebels. Of course, it also brutally killed many locals here. Recommend to take a look.
This narrow and densely-vegetated cave really has that kind of adventure.