When you can’t take a walk on the wild side – in the jewel cave at Jewel Paradise Cove

Jewel Paradise is the perfect place for a stroll in the wild.

The cave is home to hundreds of rare and endangered birds, reptiles, amphibians, reptiles and birds of prey, among others.

It’s also where you can find some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, with a waterfall cascading down to a pool.

This is one of the rare places on earth that has been completely closed to the public since the 1970s.

Now it’s back open, but with a few restrictions: you can only get in if you have a ticket and a driver, and it’s only open to visitors with a ticket.

The only way to get there is by helicopter, and only if you’re accompanied by a guide.

But the attraction is a very special place.

 In 2010, the world watched in awe as a lone owl made its way from the forest to the water, perched on the edge of the pool.

It was then that a group of tourists decided to take a boat and explore the area, and today, the owl is just one of a handful of birds that have made their way to the resort.

“This is a place of refuge for many species of wildlife and it is important to have this area protected and protected properly,” said Dr Anne Curnock, the Director of Conservation for the Royal Ornithological Society of Australia.

In 2017, the Royal Zoological Society was the first to open the cave to the general public.

There’s no guarantee that the bird will come back.

“The bird population here has a long history, and there’s no way to predict the population,” Dr Curnow said.

While you might expect the birds to be wary, they aren’t at all, and have been known to fly past a group that is carrying out a survey.

The waterfalls are also full of fish.

Once you get there, you can take a dip in the pool, which is a great way to soak up some water, as you’ll be underwater for about 15 minutes.

After that, you head into the cave and the waterfalls begin to fill with the beautiful water of the ocean.

You can’t swim up the side of the cave, as the water is not safe for swimming.

But if you want to take some birding, there are plenty of birds nestled among the boulders.

If you want a glimpse into the water below, you’ll have to climb up a few rocks.

Watch the video below for a glimpse of what it’s like to swim in the waters of the wild, in the jewels paradise cove at jewel paradise cove.