5 Coolest Caves in the World

By on July 8, 2014

Caves are most often muddy, musty and damp. The caves are mostly made up of basalt, crystal or by marbles. Some of the caves can make us stay awestruck and below are the top 5 coolest caves that can make you visit them at least once in your lifetime.

Eisriesenwelt Cave

Eisriesenwelt Cave

This cave is located in Austria and has been recorded as the largest ice cave in the whole. The length of the cave measure about 50 kilometers and it was discovered in the year 1879. The myriad chambers in this cave are interconnected which indeed makes air flow throughout the chambers. The caves can turn cold anytime and one can witness different colors of ice formations in this cave.

Fingal’s Cave

Fingal's Cave

This cave is about 227 feet in terms of length and has been made with hexagonal shaped pillars of basalt. This cave is also known as the Cave of Melody as one can hear various sounds spreading in and around caves anytime.

Blue Grotto

Blue Grotto

This cave is half-flooded with sea cavern and has been light up by a blue colored light. During the Romans period, people believed that sirens, devils and Nereids stayed inside the cave. The blue light that can be witnessed inside the cave happens due to the reflection of sunlight that falls on the water surfaces inside the cave.

Wisteria Tunnel

Wisteria Tunnel

This cave has a stunning display of wisterias that are arranged inside the tunnel. There are about 150 wisteria plants in this cave. The wisteria blooms in blue, purple, white, violet, pink and in blue colors.

Orda Cave

Orda Cave

This is the largest and the longest underwater cave that is located in Russia. The water in this cave can be a freezing one and the ice inside the caves can break anytime.

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