The Grotto is probably the most popular attraction at the Bruce Peninsula National Park. This large cave on the shores of Georgian Bay has been carved out by the waves for thousands of years. Getting to it was tricky as there are no signs nor are there any stairs or guard rails that hint to its location. Luckily, our guide, photographer Ethan Meleg is an old hand at this. Guiding us through a natural chimney made of rock, we climbed down and greeted by the most beautiful and pristine blue grotto.
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