Incredible Caves

Underground Infinite beauty

Magnificent caves are scattered across many unexplored regions of the world. They are hidden wonder of a mysterious underground world that is fascinating.

Hidden deep underground lies a whole other dimension of Mother Nature’s infinite beauty. The world’s caves boast of colorful rock formation, while others sparkle with translucent crystals. Filled with stalagmites and dripping with stalactites, caves can appear to be mystical ancient cities with personalities all of its own.

These amazing wonders teach us about its history, and how it is changing and are the great playgrounds for scientists, divers, and climbers alike. And while it’s probably safe to assume there is more undiscovered underground that we presently know, we have listed some of the most incredible caves that we do know exist.

10. Krubera Cave

Krubera Cave is one of the world’s deepest cave, with a depth of over 2196 meters. This subterranean wonder, is located in Abkhazia, Georgia. It is renowned among cavers due to its arduous challenges and the subterranean depth. Krubera Cave is an awe-inspiring labyrinth of countless pits and chasms descending deep into the darkness with underground waterfall, entire areas filled with water, and narrow tunnels.

The Cave is also known as the Voronja Cave, which means ‘cave of the crows’ in Russian, because of a number of crows nesting at the entrance of the cave. It is home to the deepest living terrestrial animal found on earth - the 3mm cellembole, a tiny eyeless creature, believed to survive on fungus and organic material.

9. Škocjan Caves

Škocjan Caves is a cave system in Slovenia, one of the largest known underground canyons in the world. The caves are extraordinary series of limestone caves with about six kilometers of beautiful underground passages, deep chasms, waterfalls, underground lakes, and caves.

The enthralling subterranean world is an area of great natural beauty and of exceptional significance. In 1986, Škocjan Caves was listed as a UNESCO natural and cultural world heritage sites, and one of the natural treasures of planet Earth.

8. The Blue Grotto

The Blue Grotto is a natural sea cave, a famous sight on the coast of the Capri Island, southern Italy. The location of this natural grotto combines with sunlight passing through an underwater cavity and shining through the seawater creates a blue reflection that illuminates the cavern. Visitors to the grotto can take a rowboat through it to experience the glowing blue waters The site also features in the film Troy (2004) starring Brad Pitt.

7. Eisriesenwelt Cave

Eisriesenwelt, which means ‘world of the ice giants’ in German, is the longest natural limestone ice cave in the world. It is located in Werfen, in Austria. Although the cave is massive, only the first kilometer covered in ice is open to tourists. There are several immense ice caves featuring magnificent frozen waterfalls and other ice formations.

The frozen walls of this formation remain intact all year round. The spectacular ice formations inside the Eisriesenwelt resemble calcite-based spleleothems such as the stalactites, stalagmites, and pillars seen in limestone caves.

6. Puerto Princesa Subterranean River

Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park in Palawan, Philippines, features a spectacular limestone karst landscape with an underground river that flows directly to the sea. The river has a second floor, creating numerous small waterfalls inside the cave.

The river’s cavern feature unbelievable rock formations and several large chambers inside the cave, strike with diversity and beauty of the stalactites and stalagmites. It includes the 360-meter Italian Chamber, which is one of the most massive cave rooms in the world.

5. Reed Flute Cave

The Reed Flute Cave is a natural limestone cave with multicolored lighting. Also known as 'the Palace of Natural Arts' it is a landmark and tourist attraction in Guilin, Guangxi, China. Its name was derived from the abundance of reeds that thrive outside its entrance, used by locals to create flute-like wind instruments. Inside the cave are over 70 man-made inscriptions dating back to 792 CE, indicating that it served some purpose before its rediscovery in the 1940's.

The cave also feature an array of stalagmites and stalactites, stunning rock and mineral formations, carbon deposits, and stone pillars. A multicolored array of light sources are positioned strategically within small cavities inside the cavern to cast a surreal glow upon its walls, pillars, and other ancient features.

4. Mammoth Cave

Mammoth Cave is one of the oldest and most well-known caves in the United States. It is located in Kentucky and boasts the longest cave system in the world, of over 400 miles of subterranean passageways. It features a giant, 300-foot-deep sinkhole named ‘Cedar Sink’ formed within the region's karst topography by mineral dissolution.

A huge, atrium-like cavern known as ‘Frozen Niagara’ features walls lined with stalactites that resemble a frozen waterfall. Interesting are some life forms such as, the eyeless fish, shrimp and beetles as well as spiders with no pigmentation.

3. Carlsbad Caverns

The Carlsbad Caverns is one of the world's deepest, biggest and most decorated caverns. It is located in the Carlsbad Caverns National Park, in the Chihuahuan Desert of New Mexico. Carlsbad Caverns National Park features more than 100 caves and the Natural Entrance is a path into the namesake Carlsbad Cavern.

The caves gigantic rooms are covered in spectacular rock formations. Stalactites cling to the roof of the Big Room, a huge underground chamber in the cavern. Most famous are the "Big Cave" and its Big Room—a massive 14 acre space filled with unusual calcium-carbonate cave formations. The Doll's Theater is one of the cave system's stunning features.

2. Deer Cave

The Deer Cave (Malay: Gua Rusa), located near Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, is one of the largest cave passage in the world. It is a show cave attraction of Gunung Mulu National Park. The cave is over 2 kilometers in length and never less than 90 meters high and wide. The main chamber, which is partially lit by sunlight, is 174 meters wide and 122 meters high.

A formation of stromatolites in the cave when silhouetted look like Abraham Lincoln. To reach the cave is to trek a 3 kilometer plank walkway – passing through peat swamp, alluvial flats, and limestone outcrops. On your way to the cave, is a rainforest, jungle streams, and an ancient Penan burial cave.

1. Orda Cave

The Orda cave is a gypsum crystal cave found underneath the western Ural Mountains in Russia. It one of the longest underwater caves and one of the largest underwater gypsum cave in the world and has also emerged as one of the world's best cave dives.

The cave system stretches over 5.1 kilometers (3.2 mi) with around 4.8 kilometers (3.0 mi) over the overall length being under water. The mineral-rich area surrounding the cave filters the water and makes it very clear. Divers have a visibility of over 50 yards (46 m) making it an ideal location for photographic expeditions.

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