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All reviews guided tour the dragon rainy day entrance fee lake thun steep walk information boards own pace non slip shoes self guided small museum hand rails information given nice place to visit narrow corridors water rushing cave system
The caves were a great experience and helped fill in some unscheduled time during our trip! The total cost was CH 49 and it was the least expensive thing we did on the trip!
1. Parking is on the street. We drive a...More
The cave is an interesting and fun attraction. If you go with the guide it takes about 30 minutes to get to the end and about the same to return on your own. The cave colors are special as well as a couple grottoes and...More
Spent a rainy afternoon here that was more than worthwhile. Ignore the reviews about it being the same all the way through - endless variety, thundering water, striking cavern spaces. Take your time, don’t join a group and soak it all up.
The app available...More
Firstly I’m glad I didn’t take heed the last batch of reviews of the caves which were so negative and inaccurate!
We travelled here by car but it can be easily reached by bus from Interlaken. There are a lot of steps up to the...More
Situated beside the beautiful lake, within the cliffs. The walk up is steep and tiring, but the views are stunning. My advice is break up the walk, take your time and take in the views of the lake and the waterfall. There is a museum...More
We were traveling as a family. The 4 year old daughter and the 65 year old grandpa easily made the climb from the base in 20 minutes. We reached faster at the top, while taking panoramic photos of the turquoise lake from there! Water and...More
The cave is interesting and quite long. About 30 minutes walk one way. It more or less the same all along the way, so if you get tired in the middle, no need to continue to the final point, as the way back is the...More
My wife and I came here, but since we were "ballin' on a budget" we didn't pay for a tour of the caves. We just enjoyed the architecture and the beautiful views of the waterfall and the lake. Must see!!
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It is slightly slippery at places, but there are railings to hold to. If you tread carefully, and preferably use a belt to support the child on the back or front, that frees up your hands, you should be okay. And do plan for... More
It is slightly slippery at places, but there are railings to hold to. If you tread carefully, and preferably use a belt to support the child on the back or front, that frees up your hands, you should be okay. And do plan for an extra layer for the child since it may be slightly cold inside, especially for toddlers.