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Top 5 Cave Destinations For Every Traveller To Explore

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Lush verdant and endless greenery speckled with a waterfall here and there, the fresh fragrance of the forests and the mystery the caves hold. Doesn’t that sound intriguing?  Here are 5 cave destinations across India every traveller must explore. 

1. Port Blair, India

HolidayIQ Reviewer Anuj Gupta says, “Since I was there only for few hours, after seeing the volcano I headed for lime stone cave , which is in rangat island. From the same point, you get a boat which charges Rs 600 per person. It is a 30-40 min ride to the island. After reaching the island you have to walk for half an hour or so reach to the cave. On the wayyou will witness the site of the mangrove forest and a village which has a population which is inhabited by just 30 humans” 

2. Pachmarhi, India

HolidayIQ Reviewer Yogendra Parihar shares, “Pachmarhi is the best destination in summer. High green hill covered by dens forest are waiting for you. Really amazing beautiful scenery, caves with nature stone are treat of God’s goodness. Everyone must visit to Pachmarhi minimum once in lifetime. Dhoopgar, Chouragarh, Jatashankar, Duche, Gupt Mahadev cave and Pandar cave are the main attraction of Pachmarhi.”  

3. Cherrapunjee, India

HolidayIQ Reviewer devaraj shares, “A wonderful location to visit. Cherrapunji is the only place in India that experiences monsoon season throughout the year….The scenic beauty of Cherapunji is great. It has many spectacular waterfalls, parks and caves but the must visit places are 7 sister falls, Mawsmai cave and 6 hours trekking to Double Decker Bridge through jangal. Overall a great place to visit for those who loves nature. ” 

4. Badami, India

HolidayIQ Reviewer Prasanna RS adds, “Worth all the time spent to explore Badami was the Capital of Chalukayas. Temples, caved, monuments. Just amazing. The cave temples are marvel of 5th Century. There are 4 cave temples which are dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu and Jainism. Fused Images, Relief Artwork, Fresco painting are just marvel to watch. There is a Lake near cave temple called Agastya lake which surrounds Bhootnatha temple.” 

5. Ajanta & Ellora, India

HolidayIQ Reviewer Shailendra Tokas adds, “Ours was a long awaited, well planned, well researched and wonderfully travelled holiday experience at Ellora in July 2013. Ellora caves are beautiful and one of the best destinations one can see in their lifetime. The cavetemples (like Kailash Temple or the Buddhist Temple), have beautiful carvings and paintings that shows how mature the architectures were in the ancient India.”null

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