For the enthusiast of speleology and spelunking, the numerous and particular caves in Abruzzo region offer moments of real fun and excitement, due to the geological conditions and the morphology of the Apennines zone.
If you are looking for a great destination for caving, Abruzzo region, in central Italy with several very interesting caves- result of particular geological conditions and the morphology of the Apennines zone- is your destination.
The particular geological conditions and the morphology of the Apennines zone have created in Abruzzo region, in central Italy, a number of remarkable caves very appealing to the speleology and spelunking fans.
Tsavo West National Park is located in the South Eastern part of Kenya, at 240 km/149 mi from Nairobi and 250 km/155 mi from Mombasa. It is 9065 km²/3500 mi² with a spectacular showcase of recent geological activities with vibrant volcanic arena, covered with green hills, lava flows, springs and large permanent rivers.
The Kangaroo Island covers an area of approximately 4400 km²/1698.8 mi², located at 110 km/70 mi south-west of Adelaide in South Australia and easily accessible by ferry or plane. A congregation of attractive small towns and fascinating wild Conservation parks, Kangaroo Island represents Australia's third largest Island.
In Ecrins massif, between Gap and Briancon, within two hours from Grenoble and five minutes from the station of Argentiere-la-Bessée, a beautiful spot in the small village of Les Vigneaux is identified as the next challenge to seize. Getting through the tight spaces in a cave is part of spelunking that many people find quite scary as activitiy.
Lake Garda and its environs, due to the particular geographical formation and the extensive number of natural cavities, located by the lake, offer several underground routes options, waiting to be discovered. In this area, the challenges you may have to seize, depend on the cave you may choose to explore.