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This is your definitve guide to Caving in Northern Ireland. Enter an underground world of stalactites, stalagmites, underground streams, bizarre rock formations and towering caverns.

Caving is the best way to discover Northern Ireland's inner beauty. Give it a go and you'll find your way through hidden passages to a remote world of chambers adorned with natural features that will take your breath away.

There are well over 50km of caves in Northern Ireland, with the longest stretching to 7km! There is a fantastic range of caves to choose from and it's always an exhilarating day out. Beginners start by exploring horizontal caves and have to twist and turn through tunnels, slide on their bellies, paddle through water and even swim a little. More experienced cavers graduate to discover vertical drops and use ladders and ropes to get around safely.

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