10 Best and Most Beautiful Caves in India

Mesmerizing and beautiful caves of India that will definitely a treat of nature to the explorers and the geologists. India is one of the oldest civilization of the world and if you ever explore the India you will lost in his incredible places, interesting history and in the most attractive geology. Here we will showing India’s top 10 caves which are man-made and natural.

Caves of India

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  1. Krem Liat Prah, Meghalaya- Longest Cave of South Asia
krem liat caves meghalaya longest cave in india
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Krem Liat Prah is the longest sandstone cave of South Asia, having different 150 caves located in the Meghalaya, India. Walk through this cave and explore the hidden treasures. This cave is one of the main attraction of the tourists including the trekkers from all over the world.

Best Time to Visit Krem Liat Prah Caves

October to March is the best time for visiting this cave.

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  1. Ajanta & Ellora Caves- Most Famous Caves of India
aerial view of ellora caves
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Ajanta & Ellora caves are the World Heritage UNESCO site, located in the Maharashtra, India. These caves are one of the most visited and famous cave of India. Ellora caves contains the Ajanta Caves, which is the largest rock-cut monastery-temple cave complexes in the world. These caves are dedicated to Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism.

Entry Charges

Ajanta Caves- INR 40
Ellora Caves- INr 40

Best Time to Visit Krem Liat Prah Caves

June to March is the best time for visiting this cave.

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Ajanta Caves, Maharashtra 431117
Ellora Cave Rd, Ellora, Maharashtra 431102
  1. Badami Caves- Red Sandstone Caves
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Badami caves are the group of four caves located in the small town Badami, Karnataka, India. These group of caves are the spectacular red sandstone caves which lit during the sunny days. Badami caves are dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva and Jainism. These are the perfect example of the rock cut architecture.

Entry Charges

INR 10 for Indians & INR 100 for Foreigners

Best Time to Visit Badami Caves

Winter Season is the best time for visiting this cave.

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Badami, Karnataka 587201
  1. Borra Caves- Limestone Caves
borra caves beautiful limestone caves
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Borra Caves are located in the  in the Ananthagiri hills of the Araku Valley in the Vishakhapatnam. This caves are formed from the dipping of water which dissolves the limestone and makes the formation of stalactites and stalagmites. Borra caves are one of the largest caves of the country which is the main center of attraction of geologists.

Entry Charges

INR 60 for Indians

Best Time to Visit Badami Caves

November to March is the best time for visiting this cave.

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Andhra Pradesh 531149
  1. Amarnath Cave- Naturally formed Iced Shivalinga
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Amarnath Cave is the most famous holy caves of the hindu culture located in the Jammu & Kashmir. The cave is located at an altitude of 3888 m. This cave is the most visited cave in India, formed naturally from the dipping of water which forms into a Iced Shivalinga dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is also the most popular trekking destination of about 15 kms.

Entry Charges

Free

Best Time to Visit Badami Caves

May to September is the best time for visiting this cave.

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Baltal Amarnath Trek, Forest Block, Pahalgam, Jammu and Kashmir 192230
  1. Elephanta Caves- UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Elephanta Caves are UNESCO World Heritage Site located on the Elephanta Island in the sea in Maharashtra, India. The journey to this cave is awesome and becomes memorable as it involves riding on the boat or ferry to reach Elephanta Caves. These caves are the group of seven caves showing the various sculptures of Lord Shiva.

Entry Charges

INR 40 for Indians & INR 600 for Foreigners

Best Time to Visit Badami Caves

November to March is the best time for visiting this cave.

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Gharapuri, Maharashtra 400094
  1. Belum Caves- Second Largest Cave of India
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Belum Caves are the second largest cave of the India located in the Andhra Pradesh, India. Belum caves are formed from the underground streams and is of Limestone and Quartz, known for stalactite and stalagmite formations.

Entry Charges

INR 50 for Indians & INR 300 for Foreigners

Best Time to Visit Badami Caves

September to March is the best time for visiting this cave.

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1/1, Opposite Indian Oil Petrol Pump, Kolimigundla, Andhra Pradesh 518123
  1. Mawsmai Caves- Natural Narrow Caves
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Mawsmai Caves is the natural limestone caves located in one of the wettest place of world Cherrapunji, Meghalaya, India. The Mawsmai Caves are the narrow caves that people need to crawl instead of walking. This caves are the one of the most beautiful caves of India.

Entry Charges

INR 60 for less trhan three people in a group

Best Time to Visit Mawsmai Caves

March to May is the best time for visiting this cave.

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Mawsmai Cave Road, Meghalaya 793108
  1. Bagh Caves- Man Made Cave Built Around 4th Century
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Bagh Caves are located in the Bagh, Madhya Pradesh in central India. Bagh caves are the rock cut group of nine caves on the bank of Baghani river at the Vindhyachal ranges. These caves are the finest example of the Ancient Indian Rock cut Architecture.

Entry Charges

INR 60 for less trhan three people in a group

Best Time to Visit Bagh Caves

November to March to May is the best time for visiting this cave.

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Bagh Cave Road, Naingaon, Dhar, Madhya Pradesh 454221
  1. Naida Caves- Picturesque Caves with Sunlit Canyons
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Naida is the Picturesque caves that will stole your heart and gives you an awesome feelings. This cave made by the Portuguese, best viewed in the early morning when sun-rays enter in the cave and scattered all away. The cave is the treat for the explorers and the photographers.

Entry Charges

Free

Best Time to Visit Naida Caves

November to March to May is the best time for visiting this cave.

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Diu, Daman and Diu 362520
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