Top caves in India you need to explore if you love adventure

India is home to many incredible caves. While some are natural caves, few are beautifully hand-carved into rock many centuries ago.

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If you are someone who loves adventure and thrill then you should definitely add these astonishing caves to your bucket list.(Instagram)

If you are someone who loves adventure and thrill then you should definitely add these astonishing caves to your bucket list.(Instagram)

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Mawsmai Caves, Meghalaya: This cave is located 57 km away from Shillong and around 6 km from Cherapunjee. Its length is around 250 meters but only 150 meters is open for tourists.(Instagram/veni.vidi.vici._)

Mawsmai Caves, Meghalaya: This cave is located 57 km away from Shillong and around 6 km from Cherapunjee. Its length is around 250 meters but only 150 meters is open for tourists.(Instagram/veni.vidi.vici._)

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Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Maharashtra: These two caves are located in Aurangabad District and are the most renowned caves in India.(Instagram/ajantaelloracaves)

Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Maharashtra: These two caves are located in Aurangabad District and are the most renowned caves in India.(Instagram/ajantaelloracaves)

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Elephant caves, Maharashtra: Located on Elephant Island near Mumbai, this cave is a famous tourist destination. The caves are around 1400 years old and were made by cutting a single mountain.(Instagram/inside_india_tour)

Elephant caves, Maharashtra: Located on Elephant Island near Mumbai, this cave is a famous tourist destination. The caves are around 1400 years old and were made by cutting a single mountain.(Instagram/inside_india_tour)

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Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves, Odisha: Located on the outskirts of Bhubaneshwar in Odisha, these caves were earlier called Cuttack caves. These are known as religious caves and is believed that the chambers in the caves were resting places for the Jain monks.(Instagram/one_and_only_odisha)

Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves, Odisha: Located on the outskirts of Bhubaneshwar in Odisha, these caves were earlier called Cuttack caves. These are known as religious caves and is believed that the chambers in the caves were resting places for the Jain monks.(Instagram/one_and_only_odisha)

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Krem Puri Cave, Meghalaya: This is the world's longest sandstone cave which is 24.5 km long. It is situated near the village of Laitsohum in the Mawsynram of East Khasi Hills district.(Instagram/dialnortheast)

Krem Puri Cave, Meghalaya: This is the world's longest sandstone cave which is 24.5 km long. It is situated near the village of Laitsohum in the Mawsynram of East Khasi Hills district.(Instagram/dialnortheast)

PUBLISHED ON MAY 29, 2021 10:44 AM IST
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