The world’s strangest caves

On Earth there are many wonderful and fantastic places and scenarios. The caves that are all over the planet, are part of that natural architecture and in this video, we will see the strangest and most magical of all:


Waitomo Cave

It is located in New Zealand. Hundreds of fireflies illuminate the interior and the road that travels by boat. Something very unusual.

Puerto Princesa Underground

Its location is Palawan Island in the Philippines. It is a mysterious river that advances on a direct path to the ocean, through a tunnel of limestone, the most beautiful stones in the world. It has been listed as one of the most important wonders of nature.

Marble Cathedral

We found it on the shores of Lake General Carrera in Chile. It is believed that its origin occurred 6500 years ago, due to the strong contact of the clutched waves of the sea against the marble walls of that place. It’s so magical, its waters change color, depending on the season of the year.

Lubang Nasib Bagus Cave

According to geologists, its dimensions make it the largest “cave chamber” in the entire globe. Experts add that up to two jumbo aircraft and 7800 buses would fit in this mysterious cave in Malaysia.

The Krubera Cave

It is located in the Western Caucasus. It’s the deepest cave on the planet. According to the calculations obtained in 2004, it has a depth of 2090 meters and the most incredible thing, is that in the background, hundreds of strange beings live.

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The world’s strangest caves
Source: curiosities  
September 18, 2019


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