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Go on a Cave Hunting Spree With Your Friends To These Wildlife Destinations

Go on a Cave Hunting Spree With Your Friends To These Wildlife Destinations National Geographic

Hunt for the remotest and the wildest caves with your friends to pump up the adventurer in you. Check out the reviews shared by HolidayIQ travelers. 

1. Wayanad: For its historical importance

Wayanad: For its historical importance
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jojo Joseph adds, “I visited Edakkal caves but the visit was worth; We went back to the stone age. Usually, in India, such places of historical importance and heritage value are poorly maintained or totally ignored but I found Edakkal caves totally different. There are guides to explain about the stone carvings and the history of the cavesRead Full Review

2. Sariska: For nature and peace lovers

Sariska: For nature and peace lovers
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Vaibhav shares, “Relief from chaotic life and in the lap of nature, Sariska is a great place for nature lovers and for adventure seekers.The way from Sariska to Pandupol gives you immense pleasure. You would find many caves and waterfallsThe valley of Aravali Hills makes it a good serene place to visit.” Read Full Review

3. Idukki: For its iconic Vaishali cave

Idukki: For its iconic Vaishali cave
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Ajmal Rafeeq shares, “Extraordinary visit and view; It was one of the best experience of my life, Idukki Arch Dam is the second biggest arch dam in Asia and it is worth. ...there are many caves here for us to explore.... we started walking back and reached half journey and from there we saw a road to the top. Nobody was taking that way so we simply decided to go through and we walked and reached the top and then only understood that there was a huge cave here which is known as Vaishali cave popular in the movies ... We stopped and it was dark and light at the end, we started walking when suddenly bats started moving around. There were like thousands of bats and we became scaredRead Full Review

4. Bandhavgarh: For its ancient ruins

Bandhavgarh: For its ancient ruins
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sudipta Nandy adds, “The ruins of a golden past; The journey to the Shesh Shaiya inside the Tala zone itself is an adventure...The hilly terrain and the narrow roads leading to spot through the ruins of the ancient Bandhavgarh fort is definitely going to tell you the stories of its glorious past...The road to the spot also has caves that you can explore with friends... these caves were used as stables during the good old days of Bandhavgarh...We were lucky to have a glimpse of a mongoose feasting on bats inside this dark caveRead Full Review

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5. Panna: For the glorious Pandava caves

Panna: For the glorious Pandava caves
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saranya Devanathan shares, “One has to book a gypsy to go to Panna...The park opens at 5:30 am. Better to start before 5 am since it is 40 km from Khajuraho. It is very cold and to avoid the frostbite, it is advisable to carry an ointment. One has to pack breakfast from the hotel and take it with them as nothing except hot tea is available at the national park...Pandava caves are definitely worth a visit.” Read Full Review

6. Dandeli: To experience the divinity within

Dandeli: To experience the divinity within
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Pallavi Mhatre adds, “It was an adventurous climb to reach the caves; These caves are in between the jungle. It is a long walk through the thick forest...This place is a must visit for adventure lovers...Inside the cave, there is a Shivling formation and it is very cool inside. It was fun and in the end, all our clothes were dirty but there was a sense of accomplishment.Read Full Review

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