Blue Holes National Park, located in Andros, is an island of the Greek Cyclades archipelago. The park was established in 2002 and covers an area of 33, 235 acres. The oasis and lagoon grant this place a fascinating demeanour. Over the years the limestone bedrock in the Andros island has eroded and has eventually created a long stretch of underwater cave systems. The caves are known to shelter plethora of unique and incredible fishes. These blue holes make an easy way into these caves.
The tourists come to the national park to see the blue holes that exist around the coppice, pine jungles, and fresh-water lens and explore the aqua life. Many tourists come here to enjoy long hours of swimming in the water. In the month of September, the azure water running in between the forest becomes cold and beautiful. The park also experiences rain as a result sometimes the water turns murky and unfavourable for swimming.
It is suggested that the tourists should also take mosquito repellents with them before visiting this place. Tourists who come to visit these holes also visit the St Hermans, which is just a mile away from the Blue Holes National Park. The entry to the Blue Holes National Park is not free and the tourists have to pay small amount to money at the entrance.
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