My 2 teenage daughters (13 & 15) visited the caves on a trip out of Blue Lagoon Beach Resort.
After the boat trip to the caves, we jumped out in to the warmest water at the foot of the steps leading up to the cave entrance.
As we were first there this caused an issue as the door was locked and someone had to go over to the village and get the key.
This delay let you swim around in the warm water surrounding the Island.
Once we were able to access the cave and venturing down the steps I decided not to get in the COLD water inside, yep too cold for me.
The kids got in along with the others on the tour.
The eldest daughter was one of the first to swim into the second cave but the youngest decided not to.
She has said she wants to go on the cave trip again and swim under and into the second cave area - looks like we are going back!!
Overall I give the rating an average only because to me it was just a cave area you could swim in.
It was an overcast day when we went and if was a bright sunny day may be would of changed my outlook on the trip.
Guess I will find out next time we go.
I would recommend the trip though and also take some money as a small market is set up on the shore line at the entrance.
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