National Geographic Travel

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // A cave explorer paddles across the beautiful Lake Castrovalva in Lechuguilla (cave), Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico. Before getting into the small inflatable boat, she had to change into clean clothes and shoes to be ready for entering this pristine area of cave. For millions of years, the cave has been sealed off from human and animal interaction. The cave is so beautiful and so important to science that access is strictly controlled in order to keep the cave in as pristine condition as possible. It is a real time machine, taking us back to a world that was very different to the one we live in today. @natgeocreative

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@amedeo_filippi

watercolor

@insta_linh

@joanofthehillz yep I've done that! It's super duper amazing!

@katiejones_13

@smash_n_grab damn that’s cool

@greengreen2608

遇见最美的你:xugui5335886

@jaybisen

@palak52 thanks too hype oh my. Need to explore 🙏🏾🙏🏾😩

@donnys.o

Great one!! 🔥🔥

@kirstappel

@mitchell_heale we are going here :)

@anandclickography

I am coming....:)☺️

@annaborossolinsky

@tdofh20 always and forever

@adventureclubspain

Looks nice! :D

@hdzmatma

Quiero ir!!

@sunapee_gal

Aren't you not supposed to disturb cave water because of deadly toxins trapped under the surface?

@trucho4962

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@k_w_strine

@jhenk sooo coooool

@jhenk

@k_w_strine Yes! About 6 hrs from Tucson, not bad!

@abhishek_nxt

Amazing photography 👍✌️🤙

@gabriel.grieco.16

@abbbykatt omg me too love, it would be so fun

@virat__1712

👌📷

@virat__1712

👌📷

@zelingtraveler

Soon to be flooded by Trump in an effort to find oil...

@k_w_strine

@jhenk can you gooo theree

@queen_pair

Amazing!

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