This Secret Sea Cave Near San Francisco Is A Must Visit
The California coast is simply spectacular, with breathtaking beaches and huge, dramatic bluffs lining the great Pacific. And while many coastal areas get packed with tourists and day-trippers, others remain true hidden gems. This secret sea cave near San Francisco is in a league all its own – the final destination is nothing short of jaw-dropping. But like many hidden wonders Mother Nature has tucked away for safe keeping, this one is meant to be found by only the most intrepid explorers out there. Is that you? Read on.
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You’ll then have one more tunnel to get through before making it to the center of a grand, 360-degree natural “amphitheater” with walls stretching up some 80 feet. This video by Leor Pantilat offers a great look around of this incredible secret sea cave.
Pretty cool, right? Do BEWARE: This area is only accessible during very low tide. You must check tide schedules in advance. You don’t want to get stuck out there! Have fun and be safe!
Looking for more to discover in the beautiful Point Reyes area? Check out this epic waterfall.
Stephanie is a freelance writer and editor based in San Francisco, California. When she's not tapping at a keyboard, she can be found leading groups on gourmet chocolate walking tours (best job ever) or running the many lovely hills and stairs of the city (to burn off all that chocolate, of course). She also runs a travel blog with her husband at Big & Small Travel (bigandsmalltravel.com).
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