Caving in Wales

Caves are one of the most fascinating environments known to man where it is still possible to participate in original exploration. Caving or speleology is the underground exploration of natural or man-made caverns. Cave systems have taken thousands of years to evolve their fantastic shapes, and crystal & clay formations, Stalagtites and stalagmites.

What Can you Expect?

Your caving activities in Wales can involve walking and crawling through a whole new subterranean world – one you never knew existed. Be amazed by the rock formations, attempt many of the challenges presented by them such as the intriguingly named “Toilet”. South Wales has some of the best limestone caving in northern EuropeVirgin clay floors remain as pristine as the day ancient floodwaters last receded. A caving trip and caving tour takes you to a world that, whether you are the first to enter or not, will leave an unforgettable impression

Where Does Caving Take Place?

caving sessions take place in the wonderful range of limestone caves on offer within the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales. Caves such as Bridge Cave, White Ladies, Porth-Yr-Ogof (2,220m in length), Little Neath River (7,855m in length) can be used. These are stunning cave systems.

Who Can try Caving?

Suitable for all levels of ability as we can choose a cave to suit your group

How Long Does the Session Last?

This is can change depending on group size, previous experience, and the prevailing weather conditions on the day. A cave session can be tailored to meet your groups requirements. A session can be anything from 2 to 3 hours up to 2 days


From £55

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