Krubera Cave Tourism, Georgia
Krubera Cave is a cave in once very with the beauty of the caves under very exceptional and has stunning views. This cave is located in the Arabica Massif, Abkhazia, Georgia. This cave became the deepest cave in the world in 2001, when Ukraine reached a depth of speleologists 1720 meters, in 2004 for the first time in the history of speleology, Speleological Association expedition Ukraine reaches a depth of more than 2,010 yards, Krubera Cave is strongly in favor of the scientists of different countries, to examine a very beautiful caves. This cave has been woefully under-explored. One reason is the remoteness of the region, which can only be accessed for up to four months a year. This cave is very beautiful and once in a while. Tourists from different countries really like once with the cave, the cave is very special indeed. This cave was once named “Voronya Cave” which means Cave of crows because once used as nest hundreds of crows in ancient times.
Krubera Cave has become popular once for scientists from different countries and visitors from different countries. Every day, a lot of tourists come here. Because of the beauty of the picturesque cave once and cliffs that are pretty amazing. Hotels here are also teeming with tourists as the hotel here in complete with suitable facilities for your weekend getaway with Spa and massage to relax. If you want to find and eat here also there is a restaurant which is very delicious and very tasty. This cave is very well suited for the summer, because it has a very cool air.