Fascinating Caves- 6 most Amazing Caves

As a kid i was always going to the caves near my city. Not far from my house in Veles Macedonia were several small caves. But since than i was soooo Fascinating with the caves. Where ever i go i must visit some caves. There is different type but all of them are so beautiful and great for adventures people who want to explore. I made a research and made i list of 6 most Amazing Caves in the World.

6. The Blue Grotto (Capri, Italy)

The Blue Grotto is an emblem of the island of Capri in Italy. It is a sea cave found in the coast of the island and is well known to all tourists that visit Capri. This cave is so unique because it has a brilliant blue and emerald glow. This spectacular glow comes from two sources. One is the entrance way to the cave which is a small opening where only one rowboat can enter at a time. And the other one is the larger hole underneath the entrance way which is submerged in the water. The entrance way, when viewed from the inside of the cave appears as a brilliant white light just above the water line. The second hole from underneath the water which is the larger source of light gives the blue glow.

blue grotto caves

5. Kartchner Caverns , Arizona USA

Located in Arizona State Park, this show cave with 2.4 miles of passages was discovered by local cavers in 1974. Long hidden from view, the caves are carved out from limestone and filled with peleothems, which has been growing for more than 50,000 years. Tours of the caves open to the public include the Throne Room, where you can find the world’s longest soda straw stalactites at 6.54 m and the Kublai Khan, a 58-foot high column named after the poem. It also includes the Big Room, which consists of the most extensive formation of brushite moonmilk in the world, because it is a nursery roost for more than 1,000 cave bats. Other caverns that can be accessed by the public include the Cul-de-sac Passage, Mud Flats, Strawberry Room, and the Rotunda Room.

 Caves in Arizona

4.Reed Flute Caves, China

This limestone cave has attracted attention for more than 1200 years, with ink inscriptions dating back to the 8th century BCE during the Tang Dynasty. Reed Flute Caves gets its name from a particular reed that grows around the caves, which are used to make flutes. Today, colorful lights are used to illuminate the beautifully formed stalagmites and stalactites.

caves in china


3.Marbel Caves Patagonia- Chille

This water filled cavern system is situated in general carrera lake, Patagonia, within Chile-Argentina border, one of most remote areas in South America. It is one of the largest deposit of marble in the world. The continuous action of waves for more than 6000 years formed this spectacular marble cave system.

This water filled caves illuminated by sunlight, as it is filled with turquoise water within the walls. The cave contain different water levels at different time intervals. In that way this cave system makes incredible visual effects.

caves chile marbel

2. Eisriesenwelt (Austria)

Found in Werfen, Eisreisenwelt is a cave in the Alps made entirely out of natural limestone ice. Covering a distance of 26 mi, it is considered the world’s largest ice caves.

Fun Fact: The spectacular ice formations attract more than 200,000 tourists every year.

caves in austra

1. Fingal’s Cave

Staffa Island is an uninhabited island off the coast of Scotland. It’s host to several sea caves, the most famous being Fingal’s Cave. It is also called Uamh Binh, or Cave of Melody.

Fingal’s Cave is 70 meters (227 ft) long and is made entirely of interlocking hexagonal pillars of basalt—similar to those found at the Giants’ Causeway—possibly formed by prehistoric lava flow and a tumultuous sea. In 1829, composer Felix Mendelssohn visited Fingal’s cave, and the sound of the waves inside became the inspiration for his Hebrides Overture. He didn’t enjoy the trip much though; Mendelssohn got seasick.