Misool, Heaven on earth
Not far from Lenmakana Lake, we take advantage of the landscape by sailing with the Tidak Apa’Pa annex in the mean- ders formed by the islets.
Some places seem to be small fragments of paradise on earth.
Tiny lagoons protected by vertical cliffs one hundred meters high are hidden from mass tourism. The white sand and the coral gardens on the surface of the water surrounding each islet reflect the light. The striking contrast with the deep blue of the drop offs accentuates the relief of this scene which seems almost unreal.
Not far from this magnificent place where the coral rubs shoulders with the green islets, the waves agitated around a rocky point jealously hide the entrance to a submerged cave located a few meters below the surface.
A school of hatchet fish stands guard at the entrance to this underwater cave. Inside, this cavity is not completely submerged. A large room several meters high reveals the interior of the block. Column-shaped stalactites fall from the arch. Their ends extend underwater like a cathedral built by erosion and time.