Son Doong Cave - One Of The Most Amazing Caves In The World

Nga Do
In the world there are magnificent caves, but both mysterious and beautiful are rare. Here are the most amazing caves in the world.

Son Doong Caves, Vietnam

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Photo by Dave Bunnell
This is the largest known cave in the world, with stalactites up to 70 meters tall and emulsions the size of a basketball, Son Doong Cave is located near the Laos and Vietnam border. Son Doong Cave was found by a local man named Ho Khanh in 1991 but only in 2009, the cave was internationally known after a group of followers from the British Cave Research Association made a survey in Phong Nha-Ke Bang.

Batu Caves, Malaysia

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Batu Caves is named after Sungai Batu (Stone River), flowing through the hill. The limestone formations of the cave date back to 400 million years and evidence of human cave use can be determined from indigenous tribes. Batu Caves is a Hindu religious site, attracting worshipers and tourists from all over the world to admire the temple and the peaceful ornately decorated monument and erected inside the cave as well as in the surrounding area.

Marble cave, Chile

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Marble caves, like chapels and marble churches are an unusual geological form located in the center of Lake General Carrera in Patagonia. They represent a group of caves, columns and tunnels formed in marble blocks. Marble cave has been formed by the impact of waves during the past 6,200 years.

Kamchatka Cave, Russia

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The Kamchatka ice cave is located on the Kamchatka peninsula in Russia formed by a stream of hot water beneath the ice fields on the nearby slopes of Mutnovsky volcano. Because the glaciers on the Kamchatka volcano have melted in recent years, the roof of this cave is so thin that sunlight passes through it, glistening through the icy structures inside.

Vatnajokull glacier cave, Iceland

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Vatnajokull Glacier was formed thousands of years ago and is by far the largest glacier in Iceland. It covers an area of about 8,000 square meters and is almost 1000m thick at its deepest point, making it the largest series of glaciers in Europe.

Cave of three bridges, Lebanon

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Baatara Gorge Falls, also known as Ba Cau Cave, is an impressive natural wonder located in Tannourine near Balaa. This amazing waterfall flows through a curve of three bridges, pouring down to 255 meters down a limestone floor, the result of millions of years of erosion, existing to this day.

Antelope Gorge, Arizona, USA

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Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon in the southwestern United States. It is located on the Navajo land east of Trang in Arizona. Antelope gorge is formed by Navajo sandstone erosion, mainly due to flash floods creating surreal images.

If you have a plan for the upcoming vacation in Vietnam, Son Doong cave in Quang Binh province is a suggestion for travelers who love exploring.

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