Ammati Cave

Published 10th of September, 2021

Start Of Gorge


The path goes across the river bed, which is dried up at the moment. Soon afterwards, the gorge starts, and you can see where the water has carved its way through the rock. During the wet season there must be a spectacular waterfall here.

Follow The Path


The path ascends now, and will soon get a lot narrower.



You can see how narrow the path is now. If you do hug the cliff, be aware that the green you can see is a caper plant which is prickly. But what a view!

Don't Look Down


At this point I was looking straight in front of me until I took the picture.

From Above


In truth, the narrow bit doesn't last for long.

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