Many people think that Cape Kapchik ("pouch" on one of the Turkic dialects) reminds fossil lizard drinking water from the sea. Kapchik is notable not only for its shape.
Its powerful body is pierced through by the 77-meter tunnel of natural origin: deep cracks and wedge-shaped profile suggests that this high gallery was the result of non-uniform motion of limestone along fractures.
First "Through Grotto" was explored by Golitsyn in 1902. And in our time, curious divers using local instructors found out a few underwater galleries, leading the cape body to the dry cave.
A path slides on the slope of Cape Kapchik that separates the Dark Blue Bay from the Sky Blue Bay.
And it is really Sky Blue: water calmly reflects the clear sky.