List of caves in Belize
A shroud of darkness cloaks the innate beauty of caves. A cave is a natural opening in the ground stretching beyond the zone of light and large enough to permit the entry of a man. Some are found in cliffs at the edge of the coastline, chiseled away by the relentless pounding of waves and also by a variety of geological processes. Caves range from the size of a single small room to interlinked passages, miles long.
|Actun Box Ch'iich'||183|
|Actun Lubul Ha||3,750|
|Actun Nab Nohol inferior||4,500|
|Actun Tun Kul||160||18,000|
|Great Blue Hole||124|
|Caves Branch Cave|
|St Herman's Cave||3,800|
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