Walking back up the steps was a little challenging, but well worth the effort. Really beautiful and fun.
This was a fabulous experience. The guide was very knowledgeable and kept us all corralled without being restrictive. The cave itself is stunning. Easy to navigate. But be prepared to walk down and up over 100 steps.
The cave was much smaller inside than I had anticipated, but still beautiful and we had a very nice and informative tour guide. I only wish that they had informed us ,before we went inside instead of when we were at the bottom of the stairs, that the stairs are very steep with areas of low ceiling and equivalent to... More
This cave is amazing. When you get to the bottom of the stairs you have to crouch alittle but it opens up to a huge cave. The sights down there are an amazing and awesome sight. I will be going back one day in the future.
It was indeed a beautiful cave, however, the attendant at the cash register when we first arrived is not very friendly. My son was looking at one of the rock formations and he quickly hollered out, "Don't touch that!" Then, a group of Chinese tourists approached him and asked if the cave was closed to which he rudely replied, "Well,... More
This small operation, private and open since 1939, provides a great overview of cave formations. We went off season and there were only four of us on our tour. It was professionally done though somewhat expensive for such a small operation ($17-20 per person).There are 126 steps and a few very low ceiling places for those with mobility problems.
Smaller cavern in the area which I have visited multiple times with guests. Had the cavern to ourselves along with a friendly, informative and funny guides each time.
The cave was pretty neat, the staff was interesting...when I called ahead to find out what times the cave tours started, the answer was that it depended on how far along the last tour was. Hmmmm so we drove out and were the only ones there, waited a few minutes and then started the tour. The guide was OK, but... More
My son was very excited to see this cave. We made a special trip to take our 2 children and my father-in-law there. When we entered the visitors area to purchase tickets the attendant immediately told my 7 year old daughter "do not touch that". There was a display to our right as we walked in. I apologized but commented... More
The cave is amazing. The main tour guy (Frank) gives such a great tour, just enough information, and he has a real way with people. The other guy there (who followed at the back of the group) was not quite as great--he inserted himself into our personal conversation a bit too much. (Sometimes there's such a thing as "trying to... More
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