Underwater caves for adventurous travelers

There might not be anything more shocking for the fans of the ocean and underwater exploration from the natural unique formations that exist below the surface of the water. Underwater caves cause awe in these adventurous people who manage to reach them. Here are some of the most exciting underwater cave in the world where you can swim and explore scuba diving.

Dos Ojos, Mexico

The cave has two entry points. It is an ideal destination for swimmers and divers, but you have to be quite adept at diving. Also you can visit if you have the necessary courage, and the cave of bats which says its name is home to thousands of bats.

Dos Ojos, Mexico
Dos Ojos, Mexico

Ginnie Springs, Florida

In Florida USA there are several underwater caves with fresh water to explore, but Ginnie Springs stands out both for its accessibility and for its crystal clear waters.

Ginnie Springs, Florida
Ginnie Springs, Florida

Rio Secreto, Yucatan, Mexico

In the peninsula of Yucatan, the semi submersible cave with an underwater river offers great swimming underwater experiences to its visitors. Discovered first time in 2005, when a farmer stumbled across an entrance while chasing an iguana. The cave was opened to the public in 2008 in order to be able to admire the impressive stalactites, stalagmites and eliktites cave.

Rio Secreto, Yucatan, Mexico
Rio Secreto, Yucatan, Mexico

Homestead Crater, Utah

In the hot springs area in Utah Midway USA’s an underground geothermal pool 10,000 years. Nobody can make diving at a depth of 10 meters in waters where the temperature reaches several degrees Celsius.

Homestead Crater, Utah
Homestead Crater, Utah

First Cathedral, Hawaii

Light rays that penetrate 30 meters deep cave. There is abundant marine life and there is a second cave, created by lava and forming impressive underwater arches.

First Cathedral, Hawaii
First Cathedral, Hawaii

The Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park

In the Bay Georgian Bay Ontario waves have designed a magical underground passage and the area is one of the most famous places, with guests enjoying the wonderful, turquoise waters.

The Grotto
The Grotto

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By Nicole P.

Underwater caves photos: Brett Matthews, Michael Rubenstein, djdanny2, Quiero Cancun, Danny Morrow, MarkOrm.