The Karaja Cave, one of the most important tourism centers in the eastern part of Black Sea region of Western Armenia, has opened its tourism season as part of the Covid-19 prevention measures.
The cave, which tens of thousands of local and foreign tourists visit every year, was reopened after 5 months of technical work.
In the framework of Covid-19 events, the cave, considered one of the most unique in the world in terms of stalactite, stalagmite density and height of ceiling, doesn’t accept more than 20 people.
Rainwater and melting snow cause these limestone formations. It gets longer with about a centimeter in 12 years.
We suggest you visit the mysterious underground kingdom, in case you get a chance.