Cave of Crystals – Chihuahua, Mexico
This remote piece of northern Mexico, an hour or so south of Chihuahua, is well known for precious stones, and paychecks at the neighborhood lead and silver mine, where just about everybody works, are sufficiently small to motivate a bootleg market. Nothing contrasts with the giants found in Cave of Crystals. The limestone natural hollow and its sparkling bars were found in 2000 by a couple of siblings. It takes 20 minutes to get to the cave passageway by van through a winding mine pole. A screen drops from the van's roof and Michael Jackson recordings play, a component intended to enthrall guests as they dive into obscurity and warmth. In numerous holes and mines the temperature stays steady and cool; however, the Naica mine gets more smoking and hotter with profundity.