The Jeita Grotto
How It Formed
- it had an expedtion
- natural made cavern
- sculptures for visitors
- train for visitors
- roepway for visitors
- mini zoo for visitors
Bird's Eye View
This is from the Upper Grotto. It is 200 feet above the Lower Grotto.
The Lower Cave was discovered in prehistoric times, but it was rediscovered in 1870.
Tourists Sitting In Boat
These days, tourists are always trying to find the next big attraction. The Jeita Grotto is that big attraction. With a historic history, and being one of the caverns that had expeditions in them. It makes the cavern really divine.
Fun Fact #1: The Jeita Grotto was first discovered by the modern era in 1836, by William Thomson, a missionary from America.
Fun Fact #2: The Jeita Grotto is one of the biggest caverns in the world
Fun Fact #3: Unlike the Lower Grotto, the Upper Grotto can be visited on foot
Fun Fact #4: The Jeita Grotto has many features for visitors such as a train, ropeway, mini zoo, and a lot of scupltures.
Fun Fact #5: The Jeita Grotto is measured to be 5.6 miles.
Fun Fact #6: The cavern was formally known by Grottoes (gra-toes).
One thing your probably didn't know is that people can wakeboard in the water of Jeita Grotto. You can click on the link above to see him wakeboard.
Mid Rock Crisis
As the sun sets, the rocks really shine in the ancient caves of the cathartic Jeita Grotto.
This sculpture in the Jeita Grotto is supposed to be a of a greek god.