Minecraft’s caves used to be a single biome, but that has since been split into two different cave systems – Lush and Dripstone. Each of them has a unique look and feel that, as always, rewards exploration and offers various challenges and rewards. If you want to do a cave run, spawning on the surface of the overworld doesn’t give you very good insight into the kind of cave systems you’ll have in your world, potentially ruining your run before it’s even started. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of the top ten cave world seeds, five for Bedrock and five for Java versions of Minecraft.
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Top five cave world seeds for Bedrock Minecraft
This seed offers a lot of caving opportunities, especially because the spawn point is practically at a cave entrance, so you can start caving right away. There is a wide range of lush and stalactite caves surrounded by ocean and lava.
The cave systems of these seeds expanded into a vast network of interconnected caves that spread across the world. Interestingly, this seed was provided by the developers as a showcase of the Lush cave biome. So expect to find plenty of them on this map.
Deep beneath this forested world stretch endless stalactite caves with few lush enclaves. This is a very entertaining seed if you’re looking for a rich, cave-based game, and there’s even easy access to Zombie Spawners for added late-game fun.
If you are looking for cliffs and real rock climbing then this is a wonderful seed for you. There are high, jungle-covered mountains on the surface below, sprawling deep caves made up of treacherous cliffs and chasms. A real discoverer’s dream.
You love caves, but also water? Okay, then this is the perfect seed, filled with subterranean watercourses, streams and grottoes. For added danger, stalactites threaten your progress, but there’s also plenty of open space to build a base in.
Top 5 Cave World Seeds for Java Minecraft
Ice sheets, rivers and tall birch forests dominate the surface, but beneath it all there is an extensive cave system. This seed is great if you want to split your time between underground and aboveground exploration and building.
This seed has an interesting feature that you can explore underground. On the surface, it looks just like your classic Minecraft world. But below there are a series of deeper and deeper stalactite caves, all leading to a plunge into the Deep Darkness.
For more challenging players, this seed features a widespread cave system located beneath the frozen oceans of the surface world. The caves in this seed offer wide plateaus to build on, which have mob spawn locations scattered throughout.
This is a famous seed known for surface adventures and mimics the now defunct Farlands setup. But the lesser-known fact about these seeds is that beneath them are many lush cave systems, complete with all sorts of adventure and dungeon lore content.
For a change of scenery, this seed features several vast cave complexes located beneath the deserts of this world. This will paint the cave walls that warm sandy yellow, which is a unique building opportunity, especially if you want to recreate ancient Egyptian tombs and pyramids.
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