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Entering the subterranean world of mysterious caves and incredible caverns makes for the perfect adventure.
Caving also allows you to enter a world often left untouched and unvisited especially by the general
Caving is an interesting activity in that it combines teamwork and individual sport. The individual
adventurer experiences the excursion on his or her own, but they do it near and or around a group. This
setting provides companionship and emergency help if needed.
Exploring a cave is an amazing experience. Each cave in its way, its own thing. The world inside a cave is
different than anything else. You'll find narrow crawl-ways covered in mud and rocks, taking amazing and
unique formations as they were formed and changed over millions of years.
Caves are incredibly fascinating, they are underground chambers that take hundreds, maybe even thousands,
of years to form. Caving is the recreational activity of exploring wild, non-man-made, cave systems. The
activity requires safety gear and the use of a guide, although relatively safe, we make sure that proper
precaution is taken before embarking on a caving excursion.
Caves are both rugged and delicate, inviting, and forbidden. As humans, we live our life above ground and
are rarely ever subject to the elements and sensations of the natural subterranean world, taking the subways
doesn’t count. Therefore, caving provides new sensory experiences…a cause for excitement. Not only does
caving physically take you out of your comfort zone, but it also allows you to come into proximity with
animals that we usually do not come into contacts with, such as bats, salamanders, eyeless fish, and spiders.
Caving allows you to see different foreign shapes. Plus, many caves have streams and or pools hidden deep
There are many different types of cave ecosystems. Some caves are lusher than others, some arider, and
some house some of the beautiful lakes and pools on earth, whereas others are home to some of the world’s
most unique animals. All caves are fascinating and provide insight into the wondrous world of natural
history, regardless of their climate
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