Walobu water cave is located in Liya Onemelangka village, south Wangi-Wangi district. You can visit it by with two-wheeled vehicles or four-wheel drive in which the distance itself is about 6 kilometers from Wanci city located not far from the main road of Wanci-Liya Mawi. It is commonly used by local people to bathe and wash clothes.
Kontamale water cave is located in sub-district of Wanci, Wangi-Wangi district that is about 15 minutes driving with two-wheeled vehicles or four-wheeled vehicles from the center of Wanci city. It is actually located in the area belonging to residents that is widely used as a water spring for bathing and washing. It is quite and deep enough. Then, there is also a pond with clear water. On the cave’s walls, you can find stalagmites. The vegetation around the cave are golotu, pule, palm, ficus, banyan, mango, bush (bandotan, poong, kerasi).
Tee Kosapi water cave e is located in sub-district of Wanci especially in Sudirman Street, Wangi-Wangi district. You can visit it by four-wheel drive or two-wheeled vehicles for 15 minutes from Wanci downtown. The area of this cave belongs to the local government, but the water is used by local people as a source of water for washing and bathing. The cave is large enough in which there are springs that are clear with the stalagmites decorated the cave walls. The vegetation growing around this cave are banyan tree (Ficus benyamina), Ketapang (Terminalia cattapa), Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) and Bandotan.
Wa Pia-pia is the name of a cave located in Sombu village. In Wanci term, Wa Pia-pia means difficult or careful because to reach this cave, we have to descend steep valleys and steep rocks. The cave’s pond is always visited by girls and boys for reading such a poem each other that is exist with the traditional celebration in the village. Then, Wa Pia-pia cave is one of sacred place by Wanci people, mainly Waha, Wandokaand Sombu villagers that often put ritual offerings in this place. In addition, there are stalactite and stalagmite with brackish water. Then, it is also surrounded by shrubs and leafy trees like banyan and other forest trees. In this case, the trees around the cave are forbidden to be cut down.
Watu Tofengka is a cave spring located on the edge of the main road to Waha village. It has a length of approximately 80 kilometers and the cave walls about less of 15 meters. In Wanci term, Tofengka Watu means split stone. Inside the cave, there are stalactite and stalagmites. In this case, it is named Watu Tofengka because the shape is like a rock cave that split. Local people believe that the cave is a sacred place that is used as a place to pray and put offerings such as betel nut and series. Giving offerings in this cave by the local people is before they hold Hokolonto tradition. Interestingly, it is not for all of them who can go to this place. There are only people who have blood that ties with the inhabitants of this cave that can give the offerings. Local people believe that the cave is lived by the spirits of the sea such as Embu guards and Kodipo Mohute (White Shark). In the cave, there is also a water spring that tastes salty because water’s flow is connected with the sea. Because it is surrounded by lush trees, so it feels cool in this cave. Because of this sacred place, the local people are forbidden to take and cut down the trees over there.
Natural Tee Kuea pond is a bathing place located in Limbo Fou hamlet, Maleku village, Wangiwangi district. To arrive at this place, you can spend a trip from Maleko village that can be reached with two-wheeled vehicles because the road condition is still a concrete rebate. Its water is clear and tasteless which flows heavy during the rainy season. In addition, you also can find a natural pool with the length of 12 meters, the width of 9 meters and the depth of about 8 meters. Then, there are big rocks where the water flows heavily that are looked like a waterfall.