Hmmm.... where to start... I love love caves and if you want an experience then this is the place to go. You will find yourself doing crab crawls in deep waters under rock formations because you can't stand up. You will find yourself walking in the squats position to get through low areas. And don't be squeamish when you see tarantulas, HUGE spider/scorpion hybrids and many bats. But remember this is a true cave and unless you are a real caver, this is as close to that experience as you will get. And don't let online, bright photos with smiling faces fool you. The caves are dark and the holes and passages are narrow in some places. I'm not a scardy cat but this is the reality. Also, it's wet! Even in the so called dry season. So be prepared to get through it and feel glad when you do. I also fell towards the end of 2 and a half hours because my legs were tired. The rocks are slick and the boots they give you are not fitted well. Take your own good gripping water shoes so that the rocks and pebbles can flow out and not gather in your boots. This excursion would never be allowed in the US but that just shows you the sort of experience you will be in for! It was exhilarating and I said I would not do it again. That was right after. At this time though, I would take someone else through, properly equipped, because it is really as close to caving as you will get. Also, there is a ladder section which some people will not like. But, decide at the beginning because once you are in, there are only 2 options. Make someone take you out or wait for their return and if you choose the second, be prepared to be sitting in a black cave with just your hardhat headlight to keep you company and spiders and bats. The other thing that I should mention is that our guide, Allan, supposed we could just do everything on our own and it might have been nice to have a little more of a helping hand. There is also a waterfall that you must lift yourself up over so be prepared for that as well. In the "dry season" it might not be flowing as heavily as it was in July. Holy cows!
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