9 Beautiful Cave View in the world
As it is known, caves were first natural shelters used by human beings. Therefore, they attract the attention of many researchers and compel them to study them. With those research, more and more beauty and mystery of cave are discovered, which brings us today’s topic “9 Beautiful Cave View in the world”
1. Harrison’s Cave
Barbados, the most easterly island in the Caribbean, is the home of Harrison’s Cave. This magnificent, crystallized limestone cavern is said to be one of the wonders of the world. It is believed that Harrison’s Cave is the only cave in the world where running water is found along with color crystal-like formations. The cave has large chambers, stalagmites, stalactites, lakes, streams and waterfalls.
2. Crystal Cave
Crystal Cave is a marble cave in Sequoia National Park, in the U.S. state of California. It is in the Giant Forest region, between the Ash Mountain entrance of the park and Giant Forest. The cave is a constant 9 °C (48 °F), and only accessible by guided tour.
3. Ali Sadr Cave
The Ali Sadr Cave (Persian: غار علی صدر) is a cave located about 100 kilometers north of Hamedan, western Iran. The cave walls can extend up to 40 meters high, and it contains several large, deep lakes. The cave has a river flowing through it and most travel through the cave system is done with a boat.
4. Lechuguilla Cave
Lechuguilla Cave is, located in Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico, the fifth longest cave (122 miles (196 km)) known to exist in the world, and the deepest in the continental United States (1,604 feet (489 m)), but it is most famous for its unusual geology, rare formations, and pristine condition. Access to the cave is limited to approved scientific researchers, survey and exploration teams, and National Park Service management-related trips.
5. Karaca Cave
The Karaca Cave (known locally as Karaca Mağarası) is a network of caves located near the Turkish town of Torul.There is no stream in the cave of Karaca, but water leaking through the cave ceiling still provides water for the formation of dripstones. Other than those, there are some travertine pools and ponds inside the cave. The ponds, which are at the entrance of the third and fourth halls, have a high water content.
6. Wind Cave
Wind Cave National Park is a United States national park 10 miles (16 km) north of the town of Hot Springs in western South Dakota. The cave is notable for its displays of the calcite formation known as boxwork. Approximately 95 percent of the world’s boxwork formations are found in Wind Cave. Wind Cave is also known for its frostwork. The cave is also considered a three-dimensional maze cave.
7. Waitomo Glowworm Cave
The Waitomo Glowworm Cave is a cave on the North Island of New Zealand, known for its population of glowworms, Arachnocampa luminosa. These glowworms are found exclusively in New Zealand and around the size of an average mosquito.
8. Eisriesenwelt Cave
The Eisriesenwelt (German for “World of the Ice Giants”) is a natural limestone ice cave located in Werfen, Austria, about 40 km south of Salzburg. The cave is inside the Hochkogel mountain in the Tennengebirge section of the Alps. It is the largest ice cave in the world, extending more than 42km and visited by about 200,000 tourists every year.
9. Yellow Dragon Cave
Yellow Dragon Cave is located in HuNan Province, China. There are not much information about this cave I can find. But the pictures taken there are really beautiful.