From god. +++ The question is "how", not "by whom"! They are still active, carrying a stream, so are still-developing karst caves in limestone, i.e. formed by dissolution of t…heir host limestone by weakly-acidic water. (MORE)
\n \nIt was the geological and volcanic activities created the caves, which have evolved over the last 30 years. \n.
Volcanic? Limestone caves are formed by… rain water absorbing atmospheric CO2, forming the weak Carbonic Acid that slowly dissolves the limestone. I think the first respondent has omitted a multiplier. Caves take rather more than 30 years to develop, so perhaps the source had given 30 000 or 300 000 years, but if they carry a stream they are still developing. (MORE)
The nearest I found was the age of the limestone - 30million years - but that doesn't help! The caves are far younger. You'd have to determine the age of the orogeny that upli…fted the rock to its present level, and the subsequent erosion regime that exposed it to karst development, for the maximum age for cave inception. However, since they are still carrying a stream, they are still being formed! (MORE)
The distance between the above mentioned places is 65.1 km approximately. The distance is straight path from one place to another place. There might be slight difference betwe…en the actual distance and the above mentioned distance because of the route chosen. (MORE)