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Robber's Cave

Yasmin Mirza
Robber's cave / Guchhupani : You will thank me after visiting this place. You can get the cabs from your hotel to reach here. You have to remove your shoes here and take the sleeper which are available on rent of just 10 rs and now you are ready to get into the cave. There are small shops which offers Maggi, tea, coffee, momos and some other snacks. At the time I entered into the cave I felt that this is worth to visit the place. There is a long cave with the water on the bottom everywhere. You have to walk in the water and sunlight from the top of it just makes it more beautiful. The walk in the cave is its beauty. You will be amazed by the beauty of the place.
Risha Rana
You will get to know that by just entering the Cave.
Yasmin Mirza
Robber's cave / Guchhupani : You will thank me after visiting this place. You can get the cabs from your hotel to reach here. You have to remove your shoes here and take the sleeper which are available on rent of just 10 rs and now you are ready to get into the cave. There are small shops which offers Maggi, tea, coffee, momos and some other snacks. At the time I entered into the cave I felt that this is worth to visit the place. There is a long cave with the water on the bottom everywhere. You have to walk in the water and sunlight from the top of it just makes it more beautiful. The walk in the cave is its beauty. You will be amazed by the beauty of the place.
Ishita Das Sarkar
Day 1: Robber’s CaveFrom the zoo, we headed for Robber’s Cave which was a long-awaited destination. Visiting this place was a pure delight. This is a 600 m long cave that is divided in two main parts. The centre of the cave has a fort like structure which is now broken. The cave’s highest fall is 10m high. Robber’s cave is famous for a strange natural occurrence; a stream of water suddenly appears and then disappears underground, only to appear again a few yards away. Tourists and locals rush to this place to experience the walk through the mystical water inside the cave.Small shops outside the cave rent slippers for INR 10 in case you wish to go in the water. Entry Fee: INR 20-30 per personOpening Time: 07.00 amClosing Time: 06.00 pm
navneet
The first destination that we ventured was ROBBERS CAVE.(locally known as Gucchupani).I personally love this place because of it's huge breathtaking caves with sunlight peeping in and water dripping down.My feet walked on the hard slippery rocks with cold water streamlining against them teaching me life's lesson that nothing in life is stationary. So you might as well just go with the flow. The cave ends into a small, jaw dropping, disneyland like waterfall. If you visit the cave someday (which u definitely should), be careful to stay 7 steps away from this waterfall else you will slip into a ditch (just like I did,LOL).The cave has rocks which we climbed to reach the top, not to forget that I fell twice owing to my short height. But trust me, the top is worth a thousand falls as you can actually find the entire plant kingdom there *just Biology things*. It is a place that lets you live the sunshine, swim the river, drink the wild air!