Marakoopa Cave is the largest and has spacious high chambers, with easy walkways. It's all beautifully lit, with many photo opportunities. The underground river system flows through it, and there's also a cavern full of glow worms. King Solomon's Cave was more compact, with rather narrow sections of pathway between the rock walls at times. It's a beautiful cave system too, and I found it more interesting than Marakoopa Cave, but that's a personal choice. Both are really good, and I'd suggest visiting both if you have time. When you purchase your ticket for one cave, you automatically receive a 20% discount on the entry fee for the second cave, regardless of the order in which you visit the caves. Remember to tell the 'second cave' staff that you've visited another cave, and keep your previous ticket to show them. Our guides on both the tours were informative and allowed us plenty of time to take photos and look around. Both caves were an easy walk, and the few sets of steps were not a problem. Neither cave is suitable for a wheelchair, however, and anyone who's very large in shape or stature may find it difficult to get through some of the tight spots in King Solomon's Cave. There are clean bathrooms in close proximity to all the caves, and beautiful walks through the rain forests that surround the caves. Wildlife is abundant, and if you stand still and remain quiet, you may see Paddy Melons (small animals like wallabies) feeding on the valley floor near the caves.
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