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from Avenly Lane Travel

Glow Worm Caves In New Zealand

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves are a must see on any trip to New Zealand. They are INCREDIBLE! Click through to read the full post!

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This is a rare capture of Hang Son Doong Cave in Phong Nha Ke Bang Providence Vietnam. This mystical cave river only appears at the beginning and end of the monsoon seasons which makes the cave impassable. Only two weeks after this shot was taken this river disappeared for the dry season becoming a muddy trench and 200 meters lower.

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from Avenly Lane Travel

Glow Worm Caves In New Zealand

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves are a must see on any trip to New Zealand. They are INCREDIBLE! Click through to read the full post!

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from 99TravelTips

15 Most Beautiful Caves To Visit Before You Die!

Monasterio de Piedra, Zaragoza, Spain. Founded 1194 by Alfonso II of Aragon, astrogeographic positio: located in service orientated air sign libra sign of the angels, beauty, balance, harmony, decoration. 2nd coordinate in self-protective, defensive earth sign Virgo sign of monkhood, celibacy and yoga traditions, health and curation and indicator for spiritual entities of plants. Field level 3.

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from Global Traveler

6 Reasons Why You Need to Visit Vietnam

Exactly how i want my kitchen to feel! So majestic! #LGLimitlessDesign #Contest

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from Roadtrippers

Luray Caverns

Virginia's geological masterpiece; a labyrinth of cathedral-sized caves crystal clear pools.

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Nature never ceases to amaze us! The Devetashka Cave, Bulgaria, is said to be inhabited in the Early Paleolithic and now it has become a protected national landmark. Its quirky structure and lush vegetation oly need dinosaurs to be a perfect spot for a Jurassic World experience!

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from TripHobo

Most Amazing Caves In The World

Hidden in the depths of the Vietnamese jungle lies The Hang Son Doong, part of a network of over 150 caves. Surrounded by jungle and used in the Vietnam war as a hideout from American bombardments, the cave passage is so large that it could hold a block of 40-storey skyscrapers.

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from Roadtrippers

Cave of the Crystals

This cave holds the largest crystals in the world. A real-life Fortress of Solitude.

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Ice cave on the Torre Glacier in Los Glaciers National Park Argentina. Photo by Andrew Waddington.

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