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- Tags: Stalactites and stalagmites
"Viewing the underground: Bob Toby, owner of the Nonsuch Caves and Athenry Gardens (second from left) is pictured with guide (left) and visitors to the caves as they made a tour. Overhead are the straw-type stalactite formations."
"The Great Cave near here has been described by some as "the finest of all known Jamaican caves." One of the first authors to write about Jamaica's caves, including those in Clarendon was Sir Henry Thomas de la Beche in 1825, 1827."
"Some distance from the entrance is the so-called "water cave" an area where the water is knee high. here another opening allows sunlight to come in, and also bats."
A watery tunnel flowing through the Jackson Bay Cave known as Shamrock Passage.
Reggae Falls, located in the Hillside district near Seaforth in St. Thomas, Jamaica. It is also known as 'Dam Head' amongst locals.