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Cave exploring (also known as caving or spelunking) is the art of safely moving through a natural cave to a destination and returning to the surface without hurting yourself or the cave. There is no way to learn how to explore caves without getting out of the house and getting underground, BGS Travel helps adventurers to learn where to go, who to contact, and what skills they need to explore caves That is the purpose of this site, to inform travelers about their opportunities in their travel to Iran and guide them. We also have produced a very good guide for beginning to intermediate cavers that covers all of this material in much greater detail than a travel guide could.
BGS Travel group offers tours that can take you to areas for those just getting started in caving, students wanting to learn more about caves, and teachers who want to integrate cave-related information into their curriculum or any other kinds of tourist. And here are some suggestions from our explore cave group:

BGS Travel is suggesting Danial Cave in Mazandaran as an adventure cave tour .This tour can be offered as a voluntary, dark, unknown cold and mysterious experiences that could overcome many fears along with excitement too.
Danial Cave, one of the most famous natural attractions in the village of Daniel in Mazandaran City . The Danial Cave is located two kilometers from the village of Danial, 5 kilometers south of Salman-e-Shahr (Motel Ghoo) in Mazandaran province at northern Iran. And it is The second largest Iranian river cave, after the Quri Qaveh Paveh Cave in Kermanshah. Its internal temperature is almost the same throughout the year.
Access to this cave is through the main road of the Danial, going from the center of the city to the jungle, and after passing through the tomb.
Attractions: Walking and hiking in the jungle to the mouth of the cave, preliminary acquaintance with the funeral and then the creepy scroll through the cave including: passing through the rivers and beautiful waterfalls inside the cave, swimming in the cave ponds and visiting the bat halls, visiting from the beautiful Welsh Lake. Going to Chalous Road towards Salman City and reaching the village of Daniel, for lunch, light and portable in nature, walking and trekking up to the cave, explaining the preliminary discussions of the cave, and then scrolling the cave including: crossing the ponds and cool water streams up to a maximum of 1.5 meters in depth, crossing waterfalls and cliffs in the cave.

Alisadr Cave is one of the major tourist attractions of Hamedan, which, along with other monuments such as the tomb with Taher and Ganjnameh, has introduced this city as one of the main destinations of tourism in Iran.
In This cave, the rocks and gondolas are in the form of statues like eagle claws and double lions. Some years ago, until the entire cave had yet been explored, some people said that the cave was endless; another group said that the cave started from Hamadan and was drawn to Arak and Kermanshah. That’s why cavers decided to go all the way through 11,000 and 200 meters; this exciting harbor paved the way for extraordinary surprises from the longest blue cave in the world. Alisadr Amazing Cave Tour, Includes: Visiting the World’s Biggest Blue Cave – Cano

Qeshm Namakdan Cave, The world’s longest saline cave in the Persian Gulf, 90 km from Qeshm, is located at the southwest end of the Gonbadi Formation, 237 meters above sea level. The glacial caves of Qeshm Island are one of the most beautiful natural manifestations on this beautiful and dreamy island of Iran. The presence of white salt streaks on the body of this mountain reveals a beautiful view.
The salt cave, especially in the depths, is dark, and to see the crystalline stalactites, bright flashlight in needed to carry The ceiling of the salt cave is covered with marble and crystalline forms in a variety of ways and have created an exquisite view. The flow of salt water in the cave floor is also a pleasure to see the glacial caves of Qeshm Island. The humidity of the island’s air and the penetration of water in the caves cause the immersion of saturated salt on the body of the candles to be dipped and its shape is constantly changing.
From the mountains of saltwater, it draws a permanent groundwater and opens the way to the outside, which, after salt dissolution, appears in the direction of its movement as a salt spring on the slopes of the mountain, and in the pit in front of it a natural white pond Creates. The view of this pond is far away like snowy winter. This spring is flowing throughout the year.
salts are known as the best type of salt on the table, and it contains elements such as magnesium, for this reason it can be used as a medical salt, especially for the use of professional athletes as capsules. The formation of salt in this cave: the layers that have been created over time and affected by its floating property, At the entrance to the salt cave, another saltwater view acts like a mirror and reflects everything. Salt glass crystals in the bottom of the cave, no place in this cave is like its place. Any corner you look, you see new shapes and colors, and all this beauty brings joy to every human being.