Mystifying, stunning, alluring and attractive, that's how the Cathedral caves New Zealand can be portrayed. The Catlins coast, where it is situated is famed not only for its exotic collection of fauna; the Cathedral caves are also a pointer of it. The distinctiveness of the cave lies in the fact that the two caves are associated with each other within the crag. It’s called the Cathedral caves because of its comparison with the creation of a cathedral. Enter through the door of one cave and appear out of the other. The height of the caves makes your voice resonance inside it. The echoing of the voice gives an odd feeling of contentment.