Cueva de Carmelo was mentioned in old reports from some geologists/biologists. After years of research the cave entrance was relocated again.
A survey followed and the cave is still under investigation.
The cave consists of 5 chambers connected through smaller squeezes. The most upper chamber is on the border of a volcano crater. The length is 145m. and the elevation is 16m.
The name of the cave is referring to the peculiar gypsum/calcite yellow/white deposits on the wall of the first main chamber. It looks indeed like the caramel candy’s.
Due to conservation reasons the map and the location are not published.
Only for detailed scientific reasons the password can be obtained from these hidden pages [LINK TO HIDDEN PAGES]
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