Budher Caves

Entry : free

Address : Budher Caves, Bagani, Uttarakhand, India

Why to visit Budher Caves

Miola caves, also known as Budher caves. The cave was named Miola after the German who discovered it, and it is currently a famous destination for spelunking and cave exploration. The cave is thought to have been dug by Pandavas during their "Vanvaas," or exile, prior to the Mahabharata War. The cave is around 150 metres long, and it's a great place for adrenaline enthusiasts who want to go caving. The caves are largely made of limestone rocks, with spectacular stalagmite and stalactite formations.

Special Tip

must wear appropriate feeling shoes

By Aryan Prasad

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