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minkmard minkmard

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 I was doing that almost every year, in New Zealand, Castle hill rocks caves


xcarz xcarz

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 Wind Cave National Park in SD


Ryncovine Ryncovine

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I walked through the Bristol Caverns with my children in 2010.


fer.vdvliet fer.vdvliet

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It was in the netherlands on a beautifull place names Valkenburg. There lots of bars and shops.

AuramuseNZ AuramuseNZ

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 The amazing caves at Waitomo- We did all 3 cave systems in one day


ShilaM ShilaM

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Beautiful scenery at Taroko Gorge in Taiwan.

Kellie Kellie

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I am mildly claustrophobic and very afraid of being underground so I felt the need to do this to prove to myself I could do it. Many of the spots were very tight and without lamps it was the darkest dark I've ever experienced and I came very close to quitting but it was also amazing and beautiful and peaceful. I'm so happy I had the will to do the caves so I could experience this majestic wonder.  


meganrosenorris2015 meganrosenorris2015

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I grew up near the longest cave in the world.  The United Nations dubbed it one of the world's wonders.  Just this past February I went Spelunking in it for the first time in my life!  GO & SUPPORT OUR NATIONAL PARKS! KEEP THEM CLEAN AND PROTECTED!

 


shanfly87 shanfly87

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 On our way to the 2012 ELCA Youth Gathering, we stopped at Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. It was an interesting experience to be cold in July, and eat underground. Not too sure I would want to do this again, but it was totally worth the experience! 

 


Tipple-Smith1990 Tipple-Smith1990

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 White scar caves 


agmrs1723 agmrs1723

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I was pregnant so it was hard to walk up all the stairs and slippery walkways. It was hotter than I thought it was going to be and I did not bring a water bottle with me. I will definitely bring one next time. It was so beautiful and I definitely want to go again now that I'm not pregnant anymore. They had water from the caves to drink at the end of the tour and it was very clean tasting and refreshing after walking in the hot caves while almost 9 months pregnant! 

 


kateflorian kateflorian

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We visited some sweet caves in Branson, MO.  We got to walk through the caves for an hour tour.


Rainfeather1245 Rainfeather1245

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Sonora caverns, TX

 


Nico19 Nico19

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We did a walking tour through the Hastings Caves in Tasmania. Such incredible beauty. Seeing things that are millions of years old kind of blows your mind a bit....

 


sean.stanton.39 sean.stanton.39

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I saw a load of caves when i travling around Laos and Vitenam, But the best one I saw was Tham Konglor cave  which are over 14 km long and 10 stoiers tall. We took a 40km detour  to get to this cave and a 14km boat trip through the the cave. It was is was well worth the visit, truly amazing. Also stay at a homestead with a local family after it, one of the best experiences of my life. 


rizzafernandez07 rizzafernandez07

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I visited one of the hidden treasures and not so "popular" cave in Rizal. It was called "Calinawan Cave"


FamilyGuy FamilyGuy

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Went through the caves at "The Baths" during a carribean vacation. Awesome! (Pics shown are not mine!)

 


woesmaroxd woesmaroxd

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Went here with college. The caves are very interesting and have a lot of history behind them. Also has some nice ruins of a castle on top of the caves.

Would definitely recommend to visit this beautiful location.


tine4cats tine4cats

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I liked it but then I hated it! if you're afraid of the dark or small  spaces.....don't go. I liked that we went in and looked around, it was pretty neat but then it kept getting darker and darker....and I was getting more nervous. So it was neat but it has its cons.

 


PandaJenn PandaJenn

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Did this in Australia and New Zealand, we saw lots and lots of massive caves 


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