This is a smaller cave than many I've visited; however, the more rustic approach, with narrow passages, low overhangs and walking through puddles, gives it a fun and different experience from larger and more commercialized caves. It has a lot of potential. However, the experience was sadly dismal, due to two things. Both could be easily corrected:
1. The guide. The high school kid knew his lines well, but he showed absolutely no enthusiasm and his presentation skills were horrible. Having a guide who acted like he cared would change the experience dramatically. I realize the budget is tight; but at least find high school kids who have good presentation skills and are eager & enthusiastic. The kid at the cash register who took our $24 (2 tickets) was equally unwelcoming.
2. Flashlights. Groups follow the guide single file through the entire cave. The guide shines his flashlight into a side crevice and talks about it. Only the first 3 people in line can see it. Then the guide walks on. By the time person 4+ gets to that place, the spot is absolute darkness and you cannot see what was spoken about. Every 4th person should be loaned a flashlight during the tour, so they can see what the first 3 people in line got to see.
I would like to recommend this attraction, but I can't until management makes these very simple, but very important adjustments.
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