Have you ever been on an underground River?
Omagh, Northern Ireland
May 19, 2008 8:55pm CST
This cave system in the Area where I live has 3 of them meeting underground! The Cladagh River forms a part of the Marble Arch Caves system, http://www.marblearchcaves.net/ ,and you can boat along it on a public tour-quite peaceful! Have You visited Ireland? Ever been here?
20 May 08
I have never been to Ireland yet but I would definitely want to visit that country one day. I have been to an underground river here in the Philippines. The St. Paul Subterranean River in Palawan, Philippines is one of the country's original ecotourism destinations even before the eco- term became popular. Deep within the limestone and marble peaks of Mount St. Paul flows the Underground River, one of Palawan's most famous spots. Outside the river's mouth is a beautiful lagoon with crystal clear waters that teem with fish. Running about eight kilometers inland, St Paul's Underground River is easily navigable for at least four kilometers. On board a paddle banca (boat) with outriggers, equipped with carbide or kerosene lamps, one enters a new and mystical environment exploring the pitch dark interior recesses of the cavern. Every turn and bend reveal cool stalagmites and huge stalactites merging at the water's surface and reflecting colors from yellow to reddish brown.
27 May 08
I've also been to the underground river in Palawan, Philippines. It was amazing and we had a lot of fun seeing different stalactites and stalagmites. They had so many ways of making us look at it to see different shapes. It's also a bit scary to imaging what would happen if one would get lost or stuck inside the river especially since I don't know how to swim.
14 Aug 08
We've just visited the Underground River in Palawan on our honeymoon and I'm telling you, it's breathtaking! The formations inside that cave really got me awestruck. Formations like mushrooms and cucumbers really played on our imaginations. There are also formations like the cathedral which looked like an actual cathedral, and an angel. You should really visit that place.. it's worth it.