Amazing Caves Around The World To Put On Your Travel Bucket List

There are hundreds of natural caves on our planet and all of them have their own charm and appeal. Some of these caves were formed due to the water seeping down through limestone rock. Over millions of years, the limestone left behind by dripping water, can form the majestic caves you see here. Some caves were formed over millions of years by being gradually worn away by lake or sea water.

If you’re thinking of visiting some of the most amazing caves, add these amazing caves around the world on your bucket list.

Temple inside Phraya Nakhon cave, Thailand.

Image credit – Georgi Iashvili

Son Doong cave, Vietnam, as of 2009 it is the biggest known cave in the world.

Image credit – Peter Carsten | National Geographic

Son Doong cave was created 2-5 million years ago by river water eroding away the limestone underneath the mountain Where the limestone was weak, the ceiling collapsed creating huge skylights.

Image credit – Carsten Peter

Illuminated cave pools –  La Grotte de St Marcel d’Ardèche in France

Black hole of Calcutta, Australia.

Image credit – Carsten Peter | National Geographic

The world’s largest underwater cave, Russia.

Image credit – Viktor Lyagushkin

Castle within a cave, Predjamski Grad, Slovenia.

Blue marble cave, Chile.

Image credit – Robert O’Duill

Maya`s natural well inside a cave, Guatemala.

Deep blue iced cave, Iceland.

Image credit – Orvar Thorgeirsson

Buddha Temple inside Datdawtaung Cave, Myanmar.

Image credit – Lin Tun

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