Caves are generally found to be musty, damp, and incredibly dark. Most people don’t want to spend their time in one – at least longer than they actually have to be. Most caves are teeming with uncountable numbers of wildlife, including bugs, bats, and sometimes even bears. They are made of crystal, marble, rock, and more. However, they are more than simple holes found within the ground of the Earth. Some of them are truly incredible. Here are ten truly inspiring caves around the world. We’d definitely like to visit a couple of things, though we’re unsure of what lurks in the dark.
The Krubera Cave was named the deepest in the entire world back in 2001. Scientists believe it is as deep as 6,800 feet. Spelunkers visited once, but became stranded and isolated for over 30 hours after a flash flood left them cut off.
Lubang Nasib Bagus
The Lubang Nasib Bagus, otherwise known as the Good Luck Cave, is located within the Gunung Mulu National Park in Borneo. It is thought to have an impressive height of 320 feet, and spans thousands of feet in either direction. Water is said to have carved the cave over five million years ago.