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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Indian Echo Caverns: Inside View: Part4

This is the continuation of my Indian Echo Caverns posts that you can find here and here.  I love the tour guide that was assigned to us, he was very entertaining and  knows a whoiole lot about the cave.
He showed us different shapes that you can see such as this one below.  If you look closely, you can see a  crocodile's head in there.  The tour guide  told us a  made-up stoy about the crocodile which made us all  laugh.
The following photos are just different formatuins that I thought were pretty neat.  It's not a everyday thing that you get to go inside a cavern so I took lots of photos.
It's nice that they  put lighting system in  every part of the cave,  There are times that tour guide will turn off the life just to let you experience  how it is  inside during the  days when there's no light in there yet.
At the end of the tour, he took us a place where a guy lived there for years and died there but that would be another post.  Fir now, I want you to enjoy these different photos inside the cavern.
Glad we had hats that day, water are dripping and if you're not lucky, you'll get wet and it's not a good thing as it was cold inside the cavern.

Please tune in for more photos next time.

5 travelers' comments:

Karen of MrsLookingGood said...

Beautiful and at the same time a little bit scary and a creepy. I've only been inside a similar cave once which was the Subterranean cave in Palawan, they formations are interesting.

Can't imagine though about a person living there! I need the sun!

Esme Sy said...

The cave looks magnificent. The kids must have enjoyed the trip there. Hopefully they didn't get scared!

nova hedges said...

I love that place that cavern especially about the history of the man who live there for many years...

JOJO VITO said...

I love caving...this one looks great, I love the formations and its nice that they put some railings for the tourists :)

Maria Teresa Figuerres said...

What an adventure! I'd love to see my son's reaction inside a cave. This is something he hasn't experienced yet.

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