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Black rock tunnel -not bat cave!

It's a 250 year old 300 ft tunnel through sandstone. An interesting place to visit from a... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2017
Andy_E_PADI
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London, United Kingdom
unique and interesting history

Amazing tunnel built by slaves for the import/export of goods. Can't imagine the difficult labor... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2017
betbel2015
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Knoxville, Tennessee
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Snorkelers can see hundreds of bats that make their home on the roof of this narrow cave.
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9 Aug 2017
“Black rock tunnel -not bat cave!”
2 Jun 2017
“unique and interesting history”
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Reviewed 10 August 2017

It's a 250 year old 300 ft tunnel through sandstone. An interesting place to visit from a historical/geographical sense and it's got a sense of adventure about it too. You will have bats flying past your head which is part of the thrill. Easy to...More

Thank Andy_E_PADI
Reviewed 2 June 2017

Amazing tunnel built by slaves for the import/export of goods. Can't imagine the difficult labor. The entrance is in a beautiful park and the exit offers a spectacular view of the coastline.

Thank betbel2015
Reviewed 24 June 2016

It's amazing what slaves did back in the day, true engineering. This place is very romantic at the end if the tunnel.

Thank Jose D
Reviewed 25 January 2016

This is a testament to the slaves who spent countless time to complete such a difficult undertaking...digging through massive rock in order to create a shorter route for sugar delivery to the awaiting ships is worth making the trip. Bats are all around, and are...More

1  Thank Adventurer2day
Reviewed 7 February 2015

Kayaked from the resort beach ( Buccament Bay) through the bat cave! Great fun! Its narrow but that just adds to the excitement!

2  Thank family0ne
Reviewed 27 January 2015

The bat cave is a breeding ground for bats...you kayak through a very narrow space...upsetting the bats and thereby ensuring you get a bit of bat droppings on you. It seemed a shame to intrude on the bats...I felt guilty at disturbing and frightening them

6  Thank roomball
Reviewed 21 January 2015

This is an awesome site which we saw during our Fantasea Tours trip up the Leeward coast. The boat got us right to the mouth of the cave and we could see the bats. Awesome!

1  Thank Elissa B
Reviewed 31 October 2014

Forget Horror Nights. The bat cave was freaky! The guide told us we were visiting the caves featured in Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean. What he failed to tell us [or maybe just me] is there were live bats, possibly rabid, were in the cave....More

2  Thank R0bbiesworld
Reviewed 9 May 2014 via mobile

It was actually a dive with Indigo dive (fantastic team). Need to be a little cautious of the swells and rocks but the bats fly just over your head as you swim through. Keep reg in as surface water may be a little 'mucky'. Come...More

Thank Madd0g_1970
Reviewed 3 May 2014 via mobile

Fun distraction from the typical snorkel menu. You will see lots of bars up close. At one point the bars are about 18" from the water line at high tide.

Thank chadwallace
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