Speleology can be a rewarding, safe, and fun activity when you are properly trained, equipped, and prepared. People visit caves for many reasons, but mainly for pleasure or science. A cave is a natural void under the earth’s surface, and most caves are formed in the soluble rock, usually limestone. A solution cave is formed over millions of years when rock is dissolved by slightly acidic water.
Some caves have passages that extend for tens of miles, but most caves are much shorter. Often, they contain streams, lakes, waterfalls, pits, or high domed ceilings. Some caves exist entirely underwater and others have extensive submerged passages.
Caves provide a transitory or permanent sanctuary for a range of flora and fauna. The variety of life in a cave is small and the ecosystem is far more fragile than most of those on the surface.
Since prehistoric times, caves have served as homes, burial grounds, and religious sites. Unlike most other environments, the nearly constant temperature and humidity of a cave can preserve some of our most sensitive archaeological and cultural sites for millennia.
the start point of the tour – handing out equipment and preparing for the tour – briefing and start of the tour
after the tour, you return your equipment – you may take a shower at the camp and receive your video from the tour
If you cannot find the appropriate program, please contact us via phone or e-mail and we will do our best to meet your needs and arrange a special program for you.