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Cave Crimea Emine-Bair-Khosar
Completes the top three most visited caves in Crimea - Emine-Bair-Khosar - Cave washout vertical type, also known as Mammoth Cave.
It is located on the lower plateau Chater-Dag, and was first investigated in 1927.Unfortunately, the first studies were incomplete, and limited only by the fact of detection of underground rooms of amazing beauty.Only half a century later the cave Emine-Bair-Khosar subjected to more scrutiny.Nowadays, the standard tour of the cave takes about half an hour, for which tourists are invited to walk about 700 meters along the unique nature created the halls and galleries.Recently, in one of the galleries Emine-Bair-Khosar Paleontological Museum was opened, which is the basis of exposure amounted found here the remains of a mammoth, cave lions, woolly rhinoceros and other representative of the local fauna millennia ago.
Crimean Caves Popular tourist destinations
Crimean caves - it is not only the above three mo
This is one of the first open caves.Back in 1904 it found a teacher from rural settlement located near Skelja that gave the name to the cave.Its length reaches 670 meters, and the height of some rooms - 25 meters.For a long time only tourists visited the cave-savages or researchers, cavers.But in 2003 it was equipped for safe tourist visits;
located on a steep slope of the Internal ridge of Crimean mountains.Although not huge in size (410 square meters), it is famous for its unique beauty.Here, an abundance of stalactites, stalagmites and calcite crystals.In addition, the Snake cave inhabited by an endangered species of bats, for which reason it has more than 40 years is a protected conservation area;
spacious karst cave in the eastern part of the Main Ridge of the Crimean mountains on the plateau Karaby-Yayla.The cave goes to the depth of 67 meters and has a relatively large entrance, which makes it accessible for tourist visits.It is an underground lake and unique natural formation "Custer Sun";
small cave depth of 22 meters, the entrance to which is beautifully covered with ferns and moss.
These and many other caves of the Crimea caused the spread in this region so-called cave tourism - fun, exciting, extreme and simultaneous romantic sport.In it as in any other sport, there are certain gradation from public routes to those that are designed to have seriously trained athletes.Needless to say that the more complex route, the more unique cave scenery are available to the participants and the deeper inside the rock they want to be next time.