If the 11 km gravel road is not to much for you this is a must do with kids. There are two caves (one 136m in length, the other 40m) you can discover on your own. This doesn't sound like much, but it took friends (couple and a 5 year old) 30 minutes for the smaller one and over one hour for the 136m one! The caves have no light, you need to bring two sources of light (headlamps are recommended as you will need your hands to climb and crawl). Be prepared to get dirty, not too bad but you will have a muddy pant and shirt after the excursion. Don't expect to see stunning stalactites or stalagmites in the self guided caves. It's all about the caving experience. And it is FREE! Bring a helmet for your kids or rent one at the entrance (8.50$ including a headlamp). It is a 10 minute walk over a suspension bridge and a trail uphill to the caves.
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