33 Of The Most Beautiful Caves From Around The World
Feb13

33 Of The Most Beautiful Caves From Around The World

Our world is full with mysterious places, from rocky mountains to the deep sea, but there are some places which are more mysterious than other. One of them are long dark scary caves. Have you ever been into a cave? Believe me it’s scary, but not all caves are as scary as they sound. In this post we take you to a journey of the most mysterious and exciting places beneath the Earth surface and present you the 30 of the most beautiful...

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20 Breathtaking Caves That Are Almost Too Beautiful To Exist
Nov10

20 Breathtaking Caves That Are Almost Too Beautiful To Exist

It takes somebody truly adventurous to be able to venture through a vast natural cavern that is millions of years old. While spelunking through most caves, you expect to find pale, blind creatures, massive stalactites and stalagmites, and plenty of darkness. But these incredible caves have something even more special to offer to anyone who dares to explore their depths. I don’t know which of these I should attempt to cross off...

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30 Sights That Will Give You A Serious Case Of Wanderlust
Nov03

30 Sights That Will Give You A Serious Case Of Wanderlust

Natural beauty is underrated. 01. Gullfoss, Iceland Howard Ignatius / Via Flickr: howardignatius 02. Stone Forest, China Hung Chung Chih / Shutterstock 03. Badab-e Surt, Iran Samaee / Via panoramio.com 04. Angel Falls, Venezuela Vadim Petrakov / Shutterstock Which inspired the setting of Disney’s Up. 05. Swiss Alps, Switzerland Justin Black / Shutterstock 06. Li River, China Fuyu Liu / Shutterstock 07. Marble Caves at Lake General...

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15 Of The Most Majestic Caves In The World
Aug16

15 Of The Most Majestic Caves In The World

These stunning caves aren’t part of some fairy-tale world or horror movie – they can be found in some of the world’s most remote places in Asia, North America and Europe. Some of these caves form when water seeps down through cracks in limestone rock. The limestone rock dissolves into the water bit by bit, forming cracks and openings. Over millions of years, these openings, and the limestone left behind by dripping water, can form the...

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