We visited the cave as part of a small tour group. Having arrived, only 1 of the 3 lifts were working so getting to the centre took a few trips, and once we were in the "Cave Interpretation Centre" our guide left us to it. There were no instructions from the staff about the tour, so we wandered about the 'information centre' with quite poor technology (some repetitive videos and unresponsive touch screens).
We were finally led into a theatre where we watched a 10 minute video on Barbados, which was actually quite informative. Once the video ended, another tour group were led in, sat down, then the tour guides quickly led all of us (our group and the new group) onto the trams to see the caves. The new tour group didn't see the video at all.
The tram down into the caves was a better experience, even if it felt a little like a rollercoaster without any seatbelts. The guide made an effort to speak slowly and clearly so we got a good idea of the cave layout & formations, although she did not seem enthusiastic.
Overall I found the experience a little lacking having been to the salt mines in Austria which were much better, but it still made for an interesting excursion.
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