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Lime Stone Cave And Mud Volcano At Baratang

Port Blair

14.5/5(4 Ratings)

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Ranked 13 of 41 sightseeing in Port Blair

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 2-3hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Famous for:
Islands
Entry:
free
99% voted as clean

Reviews and Ratings

Pratik sha

Pratik sha3.6/5

13 reviews

Nothing much to see here

This place is over hyped. You need to drive 2. 30 hours from port blair, 50 minutes ride in speed boat, 1. 2 km walk / trek to see the limestone caves. If you are adventurous, this place may excite you but not for people more than 40 years of age.

Smriti Das

Smriti Das5.0/5

336 reviews

A must visit place at Baratang

There are 40 minutes journey by boat from Baratang to Lime stone cave. Permission of forest department at Baratang is must to visit Lime stone Cave. Booked tickets @ 600/- each. Availed Baratang Tourist Fibre Boat. After 40 minutes journey by boat through a wide creek, we reached to the jetty and then did another fifteen minutes trekking through a tropical forest to reach the Lime stone cave. Lime stone is a sedimentary rock formed by the bottom of the sea. We have found there are a huge sedimentary lime stone formation in different shapes and in different patterns inside the cave. Some of them which are hanging from the top, some growing from the ground. As we proceeded into the cave more, we were not able to see anything more in front of us due to the cave at that point is so dense, deep and dark. Our guide helped us by switched on a torch. Inside the cave somewhere is slippery so it is better to wear shoes for safety. It is obviously a must visit place at Baratang.

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  • A must visit place at Baratang
  • A must visit place at Baratang
  • A must visit place at Baratang
  • A must visit place at Baratang
    +11

Arnav Mathur

Arnav Mathur5.0/5

79 reviews

A natural wonder

A visit to the Baratang Islands is a must do at any cost primarily because of the journey ( passing through Jarawa Reserve Forest and destination ( Limestone Caves ). The journey is partly by road, and partly by boat. The road passes through a No Overtaking convoy passing through the Jarawa Reserve forest area and then a ferry ride to Baratang Island.A motorboat takes you from Baratang Jetty to the limestone caves through Mangrove Creeks which is a different experience all together.The motorboat drops you at a jetty from where the caves are a km or 2 trek through the village.The limestone caves are a natural beauty and best time to visit is in the morning hours. One can see interesting limestone structures and stalactite and stalagmites.

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  • A natural wonder
  • A natural wonder
  • A natural wonder
  • A natural wonder
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Pradeep Kumar

Pradeep Kumar4.3/5

6 reviews

Must see lime stone and mud volcano

I just can't stop to write if anyone have not seen the Limestone cave and Mud Volcano at Baratang. It's amazing to look around and see the inside cave where surprisingly lime stone cave are inside the sea and also a live mud volcano exists at Baratang and few of us knew. And I am sure if you are planning for this visit you will enjoy definitely.

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Photos of Lime Stone Cave And Mud Volcano At Baratang

Lime Stone cave and Mud Volcano at Baratang, Port Blair

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Arnav Mathur

Lime Stone cave and Mud Volcano at Baratang, Port Blair
Lime Stone cave and Mud Volcano at Baratang, Port Blair

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Arnav Mathur

Lime Stone cave and Mud Volcano at Baratang, Port Blair
Lime Stone cave and Mud Volcano at Baratang, Port Blair

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Smriti Das

Inside the cave
Lime Stone cave and Mud Volcano at Baratang, Port Blair

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Smriti Das

Journey by boat through a wide creek