Naida cave is a lovely cave without bats (at least we did not see any)! It has sunroof and natural windows here and there, triangular entrance. It has layered walls and roots growing over the rocks. All this make up for a great sight at Naida caves. A must visit I would say.
We left eventually even though the sun was blazing as we wanted to explore more of the city. So we took an auto to Naida caves.We still do not know what those caves were built for but they are one of the most indigenous piece of architecture I have seen. From outside it looks like any other barren deserted hill but inside is a whole colony. It was a never-ending piece of man-made caves dug underground. The place is in ruins and it does not have any information as to what or who made them. We spent a good part of our afternoon there exploring every nook and corner and trying not to get lost.
Now the raining has stopped but we were wet so headed to Guest house to change clothes. After that, we headed to the Naida caves, not too many people were there but nice location.
Naida Caves – Around 3.5km from Gangeshwar Temple, this tourist attraction is synonymous with a photographer’s paradise for sure.
9. Spend a morning exploring the labyrinth of the stunning Naida Caves