Cave exploring or popularly known as caving is an adventure filled with pleasure and amusement. It is a somewhat quirky adventure activity that involves exploring the caves which is especially wilder. Once you begin the expedition, you will see the dark and murky world inside caves along with the rocks and mud for your company. One the best caving tours in India would be in Meghalaya, which has more than 1000 caves dotted all over the state, some unexplored, and many of them inaccessible. There are some caves which are very well known and are popular spots for Caving. Krem Umthloo is one of the smaller caves in Meghalaya, and is ideal for beginners whereas Krem Liat Prah, the longest caves in India, is situated in Meghalaya. The atmosphere within the caves is really delicate. The slightest touch of hand or the softest tread of feet can destroy the exclusive feature inside the cave that has been existent for numerable decades. Increase in the level of carbon dioxide released by the cavers while executing caving can irretrievably destruct the interiors of the caves.
Innumerable species of organisms are found here inside the caves, that are not found in any other ecosystem due to unique micro climate. And thus, the smallest change in the atmosphere can lead to huge changes in the life cycle of these organisms. The best caving tours in India are generally done in groups giving it an angle of a team or group activity. This adventure has its extreme side too. It is any like other outdoor activity, practiced for enjoyment, physical exercise or exploration. Many cavers today emphasis on discovering the unconventional caves having already exhausted. Caving gives you a rush that no other sport can give. The terrain is like no other; it can be quite unforgiving at times. Sudden drops, vertical climbs and narrow spaces, this activity is definitely not for the faint hearted, neither is it for those who may have issues of claustrophobia. A certain level of physical fitness is essential.