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Exciting climbing and caving adventure - helmet supplier

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  • Release on:2016-07-04
Jenolan Cave is probably the world’s 3rd largest cave and is quickly becoming one of the must-see natural wonders. Its size will blow you away, and our campsite located within the cave beside a lazy river, will leave you speechless.  and around every corner be subjected to the most picturesque views.

A stop in the ethnic minority Ban Doong Village, set amongst the limestone mountains is a highlight for many, not to mention the pristine jungle, many river crossings, and jovial porter team, made up of local jungle men!
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The underground world of Jenolan Caves, with its rivers and maze-like caverns is one of the final frontiers for the explorer in us all. But when you're caving don't expect ladders, handrails and guide lights, the caves you'll be exploring are wild and have no adornments – well, none under 100,000 years old, anyway!

Caving is a technically diverse sport utilising skills and equipment from rock-climbing, abseiling and sometimes SCUBA diving. The entrances are generally small holes in the ground – sometimes you'll crawl into them, often you'll have to abseil in. Once inside, the caves are like a subterranean playground. During a typical caving expedition there are pitches to climbing, tunnels to crawl through and pools of water so clear you can see formations, fathoms beneath the surface.
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Decked out in overalls, helmets and headlights, caving adventures begin with a safety and equipment briefing. You'll enter Plughole Cave by abseiling (weather permitting) into the "Sinkhole" then caving into Elder Cave to negotiate a series of climbs, crawls and tight squeezes, before worming your way through the "S-bend" tunnels. This is an unforgettable two-hour introductory caving adventure that you’ll always remember.
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Some notes:
  • And best to wear sturdy shoes (preferably waterproof for the small pools and muddy buts) 
  • Remember, it’s a trek! Put your brave hat on and trust your feet! 
  • Bring a backpack or camelback to carry your water if you want your hands free because this trek can be difficult at times, and you’ll need your hands to get over the slippery boulders safely 
  • The rocks are slippery and the swim section has sharp hidden rocks 
  • The guides/porters are IRREPLACEABLE in supporting less brave people along the slippery and difficult bits 
  • Children is under 16 years, pregnant women and elderly people with with high blood pressure or foot pain … are not recommended
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