You don’t have to be a professional spelunker to be able to explore some of the more fascinating caves in Georgia. In fact, in most cases, all you need is some safety know-how, at least one other person, and some courage to adventure down into the depths of the earth. Pettyjohn Cave in Georgia, for instance, has been touted as one of the best cave tours for inexperienced cavers, and it also happens to be the third-largest in the state! Be prepared to climb, crawl, and get a little dirty with this one-of-a-kind cave tour.

Note: It is important to remember that caving can be extremely dangerous, even for professionals. Never go caving alone, and always make sure to have the proper gear and safety precautions before entering the cave.

Have you ever toured Pettyjohn Cave in Georgia before? This summer might be the best time to do so! Share with us your experience in the comments section if you’re already explored it. If not, then check out this really great guide about Pettyjohn Cave. Also, for more information about the caving group in Atlanta Dogwood City Grotto, click here!

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