Lia Lapadele is a natural cave located in the Patua II village. It can be reached for about 10 minutes from the Patua II village by using two-wheeled or four-wheeled vehicles. This cave is formerly used as locals’ hideout from the war. The cold atmosphere inside the cave makes Lia Lapadele often used as the place to make mats from pandan leaves taken from the woods around this cave.
Nabutalifu is a natural cave that is now used as a community of indigenous forest areas in Tomia. The cave is located in Patua II village in which it can be reached by two-wheeled or four-wheeled vehicles for about 15 minutes from Waha Village, the Capital District of Tomia. In the past, this cave is the site of the royal palace (Malige). There are caves near Hanta Wa Ana which is used as a staging area Lariangi dance, Sajomoane and other cultural and artistic attractions. In the cave, you may encounter bats, butterflies and some big trees.
Tee Lahamba is a natural cave located in Patua II village. It can be reached by two-wheeled vehicles and by feet for 15 minutes from Kollo Patua sub-village. Tee Lahamba cave water becomes the water sources for people in Kollo Patua sub-district. Although it is located near the beach, but the cave water is never subsided even in the dry season. The local people are not allowed to cut down trees around the cave. Even the people of the village had to take off their shoes before going down to fetch water in the cave. We can feel the cool atmosphere inside this cave, because of overgrown with dense trees.
Liang Kuri-Kuri is a natural cave which is located in western of Huntete beach, Kulati village, East Tomia District. Local people call it Ujuu Nu Liang Kuri-Kuri. This place can be reached with two-wheeled vehicles for 30 minutes from Kulati village. There are birds' nesting inside the cave. The cave walls are covered with yellow moss, silver-colored floor, and flat surface. We can also see Hongaha Beach, Tee Timu and Monabu Watu (The Fallen Stone) from this cave. At the top of the cave, there is a table-shaped stones which is used by people as a place to put the offerings. This stone is often used to pray for Kulati people. In the east part, there is a cannon that protrudes toward the reef over the Tomia Island. Since this location is considered sacred, so when you come to visit Liang Kuri-kuri you should bring offerings.