The Crystal Caves of Bermuda

The Crystal Caves are the most famous of many caves in Bermuda and are named after the crystal clear water that fills the caves. The clarity is so perfect that it is possible to see the cave floor, which at one point lies 55 feet below the water's surface.

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Hana Lava Tube

This is an incredible family adventure. It is safe, fun and free of mosquitoes and bats. You will marvel at the underground lavascape, as your mind expands and your world becomes more wondrous. Temperatures are comfortable year round and the clear cinder trail is easily traveled.

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Limestone Caves

National Caves Association

Celebrating 50 years, the Association has a membership of over 80 caves across the nation including Barbados and Bermuda.

Purpose of the NCA


The National Caves Association (NCA) is a non-profit trade organization that was organized for the purpose of promoting and improving conditions for the Show Cave Industry throughout the United States by:

    (a) promoting public interest in and attendance at Show Caves;

    (b) promoting public education and awareness with respect to conservation and preservation of all caves, including without limitation Show Caves;

    (c) conducting public relations efforts with respect to matters that are germane to the conservation and preservation of all caves, the operation of Show Caves, and the safety and enjoyment of Show Caves;

    (d) encouraging membership and participation in the Association;

    (e) identifying and addressing issues pertinent to managing, operating and/or owning Show Caves;

    (f) promoting methods of operation of Show Caves that enhance business performance, safety, and the conservation and preservation of Show Caves;

    (g) promoting and supporting legislation that provides for conservation and preservation of caves, including without limitation Show Caves, and promote and support legislation that provides for favorable business conditions for Show Caves;

    (h) presenting information and articulating the Association’s position to government agencies with respect to matters that are germane to the conservation and preservation of all caves, the operation of Show Caves, and the safety and enjoyment of Show Caves;

    (i) conducting annual conventions and educational seminars for members in furtherance of the Association’s purpose;

    (j) implementing industry guidelines for Show Caves;

    (k) compiling, preserving, and publishing cooperative data (technical and promotional) with respect to Show Caves;

    (l) promoting and encouraging the development of a spirit of cooperation, courtesy, and respect among managers, operators, and owners of Show Caves; and

    (m) compiling, developing, publishing and distributing information of pertinence to the Show Cave industry.