It is so quiet along the south side of the island. This spot is all by itself and the views of the surf is incredible. There is a local that was there, talking about the history of the place and where to stand for the best pictures, he'll even take pictures for you as well. We did tip him but... 更多
We were told by some folks that stopping at the Blow Holes wasn't worth the trip. Disagree! Our group really enjoyed a quick stop while adventuring around the island. Lots of great pictures!
If you are on that part of the island stop by and see it. I wouldn't make a special trip however. About 30 minutes from Georgetown. We drove around the island one day and thought it looked cool as we went by.
We went there to see what the place looked like. There was a man there named Alan who taught us about the blow hole, showed us fossils and local plant life an even took a picture of my husband and I together. We laughed as he looked a lot like President Obama, and we learned about him and the island... 更多
We stopped as we were driving to see the blow holes. It's really beautiful the way the water enters the holes and the "blows" upward! There is a volunteer there who is more than happy to share about the area and take your picture. I'm definitely glad we experienced this natural phenomenon!
Come see the power of the sea, on the right day you can see , hear, feel the power of the sea coming up, I have seen 25 foot + plus blows out of the holes. Self guilded tour: If your lucky you will get to meet Alan and learn about the blow holes and many other historical facts from... 更多
We drove by three times on our way to other activities before stopping. Just park your car and carefully walk across the highway to the Blow Holes. It is free and fun to see. We spent about 20 minutes enjoying the views.
If you are driving out this way, you should take a chance on this place as a photo op. As you will need to go down set of stairs, it is not accessible to all but you can still see from up above. Aside from the actual Blow Holes, there are many inukshuks created along the shoreline here.