A national park that has been listed to the UNESCO World Heritage Site like Carlsbad Caverns National Park will be an interesting destination in a holiday. This national park is located in New Mexico in United States and has canyons, rocky slopes, thorny shrubs, cactus, grass and occasional tree.
The treasure of Carlsbad Caverns National Park lies underneath it. The caves all were formed because of the dissolved of sulfuric acid with the limestone surrounding it. There are more than 117 caves and in some of those caves, the bones of ice age creatures are found. Many visitors aim to explore caves but the upper area is also good to be explored for trekking and such. Visitors of the national park must remember several rules. The most obvious rule is to not bring harm to the construction of the caves. Tobacco, drinks, foods, candies or chewing gums are also prohibited to be carried inside of the caves.
Pets are prohibited to be carried here but there is a kennel for the pets with $5 charge per pet. Learn more about things to be carried and things prohibited in the caves to avoid problems. The best time to visit the caves is during September because visitors can see bats flying and not much of other visitors. Carlsbad is the closest city to it and visitors may go straight to the national park by hiring taxi from the airport. Above ground park and visitor center is free but there will admission fee to enter caves like Spider Caves or Canyon Caves. The basic fee is $6 for adults and will be free for children aged 15 and under.