Rewind: underground expeditions, all on where to go
Written by Valentina Romano
How would feel about going on an expedition in a cave and having to crawl on a wet and sliding ground surrounded by nothing but darkness?
If you are actually excited about the thought of this, then you definitely need to take a look at this article.
The Golden Scope selected some of the strangest, and most fascinating underground paths and underground rivers for you to have a look at.
For the moment – while you’re contemplating which underground path to go visit – enjoy all the photos capturing these unique places!
Starting from the beautiful Poco Encantando Cave in Brazil, a place where nature created an underground pool with crystal clear waters, to Puerto Princessa National Park in the Philippines, which is actually under the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites’ List; you will realise that the world hides some really incredible places, most of which you didn’t even know existed.
In regards of underground rivers, we could take a look at Puerto Princesa Park in Philippines, before mentioned, or even the Red Flute Cave (also known as Linwu Cave) in Suzhou, China, which is crossed by a pretty long watercourse.
All the above-mentioned places are absolutely stunning and must be visited at least once in a lifetime!
Thinking about it, when would you ever get the chance to go on an underground expedition to admire wonderful rocky landscapes, which can actually be found only under the earth crust?
If you are brave enough to embark in such an adventure, then choose the place you want to travel to and just go for it!
MELISSANI UNDERGROUND LAKE, CEFALONIA, GREECE
UNDERGROUND BUNKERS CONVERTED TO CLUBS, MOSCOW, RUSSIA
UNDERGROUND RIVER OF PUERTO PRINCESA NATIONAL PARK, PHILIPPINES
LINWU CAVES, SUZHOU, CHINA
(All photos are from Google.com, and they all belong to their original owners)