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This is one of two hollow volcanoes in the world that can be visited, so do it if you get the opportunity. It’s not a cave, which makes it a unique underground experience. It only takes 30-45 minutes but worth the drive
Surely a unique experience to be able to enter and enjoy such an amazing volcanic natural creation. It's well-presented and explained, but it is inevitably a bit damp, slippery and steep in places. But well worth the effort to be able to see the caverns,...More
The caves are impressive.
You can easily see the new stalactites and the bubbles of gas that created the craters.
It's a unique experience, especially if you think that you're walking inside the crater of a volcano.
Algar do Carvão is absolutely spectacular. After entering you walk down a short tunnel and enter into the chimney of a dormant volcano. It is like nothing else I have ever seen and absolutely spectacular. I took dozens of photographs but none of them do...More
It's not everyday that you get the chance to enter the chimney of a volcano. On Terceira you can.
I don't know that you can call this a cave as I always visualise those as something you enter horizontally. This chimney was first discovered as...More
A must see. No words can describe being 300 ft underground, yet still being ale to see sky. A natural beauty that no movie or photo can do justice. A word of warning, you walk down and then up a set of steep narrow stairs....More
We were there just 10 days ago. 12,000 year old cave. Well worth the time. It is lit, but we wished we had small hand held flashlights with us for the lowly lit areas. You are given new hair nets. The hard hats are used...More