Top Amazing Caves in the World

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Shipstern Bluff, Australia
Shipstern Bluff, Australia

There are a lot of wonderful destinations in the world, especially amazing caves. Therefore, if you want to spend the time to explore imposing and famous caves in the world to all readers.

1 Portal Trail, Utah

Situated on a 60-meter-long cliff on the Colorado River, this rugged rocky road requires explorers to be clever if they do not want to experience fatal accidents.

 Portal Trail, Utah
Portal Trail, Utah

2 Denali, Alaska

This mountain makes great climbing climbers are also cautious with extreme weather conditions, the temperature drops very fast and the wind blows at speeds of more than 100 miles per hour. In order to climb to the top, it takes about three to four weeks. Most people climb in groups and cross the West Buttress, some prefer to wander the Muldrow Glacier or ride the West Rib.

3 Snowman Trek, Bhutan

This 186-mile route is one of the world’s most difficult footpaths. The terrain is rugged; many places are very high and ready to make many people shrink. In order to conquer the entire route takes about 25 days, but many groups have to give up midway due to extreme weather and high altitude too scary. In return, you will be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the surrounding mountains.

Snowman Trek, Bhutan
Snowman Trek, Bhutan

4 Eagle cave, Florida

Called the Grand Canyon among divers, the Eagle’s Nest cave has stunning views of caves over 90 meters, located in the Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area in Florida. However, this place also claimed the lives of many divers because of its remote location, ruggedness, and maximum depth. At least 10 people have died here since 1981. Between 1999 and 2003, it was closed.

5 La Grave cave, France

La Grave is a place for thrill-seekers with steep slopes and cliffs from a height of 3,200 meters. The place is usually landslide, but no signs and also not managed. If you are not careful, you should easily lose your network so hire experienced guides if you want to try out here.

La Grave cave, France
La Grave cave, France

6 Congo River

The world’s largest river has flows of up to 1.6 million cubic meters of water per second, 12 meters high waves, whirlpools, and waterfalls. In 1985, eight kayak teams competed with the river, but only one team succeeded and the other seven died.

7 Son Doong cave, Vietnam

Son Doong Cave is located in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park with many rivers and tropical forests. Up to this point, this is the largest cave in the world. In order to reach the mouth of the cave, the explorer takes six hours through the jungle. 2018 tour to visit Son Doong in Quang Binh officially go through the cave pass through the elevator “Wall Vietnam”.

 Son Doong cave, Vietnam
Son Doong cave, Vietnam

8 Shipstern Bluff, Australia

Surfers like to come here to conquer waves up to 6 meters high. Wave in this place is very unpredictable and requires surfers to be very fluent, not to mention the white shark is always around to wait to re-eat “prey”.
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