Using a DJI Phantom 2 drone and a GoPro HERO4 camera, photographer Ryan Deboodt was able to create a stunning six-minute video of Hang Son Doong, which is currently the largest known cave in the world. Located near the Laos-Vietnam border, the natural wonder was previously unexplored until 2009.
Ra Paulette is a man with a passion. He has spent the last 25 years carving man-made caves out of New Mexico’s sandstone desert with only his dog as his companion and hand tools as his means.
Unless you’re the type of adventurist who plans to travel more than 2,000 meters underground, your best chance at seeing what lies in Krubera Cave are these illuminating pictures. Located in the mountain range Arabica in Abkhazia, Krubera Cave is the deepest known cave on Earth.
As if being in a cave is not awesome enough, adventure tourism company Zip World adds 3 trampolines right in the middle of it. Situated inside an old slate quarry in the Llechwedd caves in North Wales, Bounce Below is the world’s largest underground trampoline park. Visitors are given overalls and safety helmets before they […]