This amazing cave was hidden until two boys stumbled upon it in 1905. Slip into a rowboat and discover this secret wonderland for yourself. USA TODAY NETWORK
Bermuda is known best for its pink sand beaches, but there’s a deeper beauty under the surface.
Formed over millions of years, Crystal Cave and Fantasy Cave are among the island’s most breathtaking natural attractions. They both offer visitors views of dazzling geological formations and ocean-fed saltwater pools. Journey through Fantasy Cave by rowboat in the video below.
The caves were first discovered in the early 1900’s when two boys playing cricket went searching for a lost ball and investigated warm air coming out of a hole in the ground. Fantasy and Crystal caves have been evoking feelings of awe ever since. The stalactites hanging from the ceiling and stalagmites rising from the floor are two of the slowest growing formations on Earth.
Marvel at this subterranean wonderland in the video above.
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And whatever you do, don't forget to look around.