Cueva Victoria has six large rooms and more than 2 km of galleries located at different levels.
We have explored and mapped these six rooms but we still don’t now the end of the cave. The biggest room is the Sala Union which measures more than 150 by 30 m and here the main accumulation of fossils occurs.
This room is connected with one of the entrances and has different holes in its ceiling which let in natural light. The room has large blocks of limestones in the floor removed during the miner's activity more than 100 years ago. We normally work in this floor around these blocks were accumulations of fossils are mixed with sediments and rocks.
Some areas in the cave are of speleologic interest with nice formations of stalactites.