If you ever the had urge to go Indiana Jones style, then a visit to the Lod Cave in Thailand's North is for you. The cave system, which holds archeological significance, is locally known as Ban Tham Lod and located on the outskirts of a village called Pang Mapha, around 130 km north of Chiang Mai. Remains from primitive humans dating back 20,000 years, ancient cave paintings from 2 to 3,000 years ago and long wooden coffins have all been found within this massive cave system. A trip through the cave will take anything from 90 minutes to 3 hours, depending on how long you stand in awe at the amazing formations that have been created over the eons. As you pass through the massive caverns with a single oil lantern wielded by your local guide, you can't help but think of what these caverns have seen and of how time has forgotten them. If you plan on visiting the Lod Cave, make sure you pay the extra money to take the raft through the entire cave, you won't be disappointed. It may also be a great idea to bring a rain poncho or umbrella - the bats haven't been toilet-trained yet!