MECET expedition in Salalah Oman – Part 3: TeaPot Cave

MECET expedition in Salalah Oman – Part 3: TeaPot Cave

In May 2013, 5 MECET cavers explored 3 caves in the Salalah region of Oman. We had the opportunity to explore a new, undocumented cave, and named it TeaPot cave.

The name TeaPot cave was inspired by the features of the cave.  Its contained a network of forks, narrow passageways,  tunnels, and mazes.  This interesting cave also had many different entrances and exits.

We spend approximately 3 hours exploring, each one of us went in a different direction, and took a different tunnel, but we could always hear one another through the walls and tiny holes.

The video below is a sneak peek of our adventure

Viewer discretion is advised. Teapot is not recommended for folk with claustrophobia !!! Enjoy 🙂 

By |2018-04-29T12:02:02+00:00May 3rd, 2016|Adventure, Caving, Oman, Sport|0 Comments

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