Peak District is one of the four parts of the UK where caving has become a favourite activity for adrenaline junkies and thrill seekers. Caves in the Peak District are composed of limestone which has contributed towards a feast of wild and weird natural sculptures- an alien world utterly different from what we see above the ground. It is a world made up of various labyrinths of winding passageways, delicate cave formations, vast chambers and beautiful waterfalls, which not many people see. So why not experience this amazingly mysterious part of England through some of the most exciting adventures underground? Take a trip through limestone passageways, past rock formations and learn how they were sculpted through water over thousands of years ago. If you want to push yourself and fancy a challenge be prepared to wade in underground rivers, crawl and squeeze through narrow passageways, climb breathtaking waterfalls and travel clear rock pools.