So we were browsing for crazy crap as we always do and then we came across this insanely deep cave called Krubera Cave. It’s located in a remote region of Georgia (the country, not the state) and it’s the only known cave deeper than 2,000 meters. So far, the deepest explored point of the cave is at 2,197 meters (7,208 feet), but it could be even deeper! Scientists and cave divers plan to find out exactly how deep it is at some point.

It takes the heights of several of the tallest manmade structures in the world together to be as tall as this cave is deep. If you combined the Burj Khalifa, Eiffel Tower, Great Pyramids, Empire State Building, Washington Monument and the Chrysler Building, you’d still come up short!

When you climb into this cave, you go through a tiny opening on the Earth’s surface, which quickly expands into a larger open space as you go deeper and deeper into the cave. That’s what she said! It turns into a “throwing a hot dog down a hallway” situation.

Once inside this breathtakingly deep cave, you’ll enounter unimaginable natural beauty, but bring your flashlight or you won’t see shit in there! It’s pure darkness. Batman would feel right at home in this thing. So much storage room too!

To travel to the bottom, you need to be an experienced climber and diver. It takes 27 days to get to the bottom of this cave, so you’ll need some extra batteries for your flashlight!

Inside Krubera Cave’s unending darkness, there exists a creepy, crawly ecosystem of cave-dwelling insects that have never seen light! You might encounter a Gollum as well. (Maybe we made that last part up and maybe we didn’t.)

Would you explore the depth of this cave like a boss?!