It is the biggest and longest surrender framework open to the general population on the Indian subcontinent, known for its speleothems, for example, stalactite and stalagmite developments. The Belum Caves have long entries, exhibitions, open natural hollows with new water and siphons. This normal underground surrender framework was shaped through the span of a huge number of years by the steady stream of underground water. The give in framework achieves its most profound point 46 m 151 ft from entrance level at the point known as Pataalaganga. In Telugu dialect, it is called Belum Guhalu. It have a length of 3,229 m 10,593.8 ft, making them the second biggest characteristic gives in on the Indian Subcontinent after the Krem Liat Prah collapses Meghalaya. It is one of the halfway secured landmarks of national significance.