Virtueller Geocache
Insuyu Cave in Burdur

 The Insuyu cave, located on the highway from Antalya to Burdur, is the first cave system officially opened to tourism. T

von hakan42     Türkei > Akdeniz > Burdur

N 37° 39.562' E 030° 22.478' (WGS84)

 andere Koordinatensysteme
 Größe: kein Behälter
Status: kann gesucht werden
 Versteckt am: 14. Mai 2009
 Gelistet seit: 07. August 2009
 Letzte Änderung: 24. Juni 2011
 Listing: https://opencaching.de/OC8C5A
Auch gelistet auf: geocaching.com 

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1 Ignorierer
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10 Logbilder

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Beschreibung    Deutsch  ·  English

The Insuyu cave, located on the highway from Antalya to Burdur, is the first cave system officially opened to tourism. The cave system contains many lakes. The biggest of those, "Büyük Göl", is the largest known underground lake in Turkey.


Lake in Cave
Lake in Cave


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gefunden 06. November 2009 barmbek hat den Geocache gefunden

We wanted to visit this cave, because the listing of this Earth cache sounded interesting to us. And due to its remote location we hoped to see a cave, that is not so much visited by tourists as the ones, which are near the coast, for example near Alanya. So we drove about 150 km from Belek to the cave. When we arrived, the man at the counter was a bit confused, because we unfortunately had no turkish money with us. But in the end we could pay the entrance fee in EURO.

There were only 4 other people visiting the cave, so we could have a look at all details very smoothly. It was very impressive to see the size and magnitude of the whole cave-system. We took a lot of pictures, but they can not really tell, how enormous the dimensions were. Inside the cave, there are of course many spotlights, to show the beauty of it. But there are also english and turkish spoken announcements from tape with guitar-music in the background. Unfortunately some idiots have scratched words and names in some parts of the rocks, but luckily these scratchings are not everywhere.

After about 50 minutes we left the cave to see the daylight again. The nearby kiosk was closed, so we could not have a cay or a coffee, so we made short break in our car drinking our own beverages.

We enjoyed this trip very much and we want to say thank you very much to the owner for establishing an Earth cache at this interesting location. And we also say thank you for the very quick log-permission.

We can recommend to do this Earth-Cache!

Greetings from Hamburg / Germany,
barmbek (Andrea + Roland).

P.S.: We got the FTF !!!

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