This cave is used as tourist cave as well as scuba diving. The entry is in a small crescent of water which is often polluted by a nearby drain.
There is a restriction which needs to be negotiated to gain entry to a 90-metre long flooded passage which then opens into a huge air chamber and rocks to climb over to get to the next passage. The visibility in the first passage is often much lower than the second.
Several other flooded passages run off making up roughly another 200 metres of passage in total. The main north-western passage ends in a small air chamber some 340 metres laterally from the entrance.
Water type: FreshWater Temperature: 15CCertification: ADV CaveDepth: 12M