The intimate and personal relationship that human beings share with the caves finds its origin in the early days of human existence and resilience. Our fore fathers resorted to these caves to take shelter from the beasts and the ruthless strike of nature's fury. Now, the caves have becomes a part of our curious nerves and we associate fancy and fiction with them very often.
Whenever we visit a place that has some cave series to its tourist attraction list, kind of mixed feelings raise their suspiciously tempting heads and allure us to be there. To get the best of a cave outing time, it is a advisable idea to explore some of the deepest caves on earth. Start your expedition with the Krubera Cave located in the Arabika Massif in Georgia. Renowned to be the deepest of the lot with a depth of 7188 feet, this cave system is a alive testimony of the unfathomable range of nature's craftsmanship. At a depth of 5685 feet, the Gouffre Mirolda is a very eye catching cave series that looks very artistic and scenic. You can find it in the Haute Savoie of France.
Another very much elaborate cave system has been under the process of exploration in the Leoganger Steinberger region of Austria. The twin caves of Vogelshacht and Lamprechtsofen measures a 5354 feet and it is still being explored. The mighty French Alps houses another grand cave called Gouffre Jean-Bernard or simply Jean Bernard which goes a 5256 feet down the earth. All the deepest caves on earth are the true custodians of some of the never known before secrets of the story of human civilization and survival. Go deep to get illuminated!