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Reviewed November 22, 2014

Did this tour as part of a cruise ship excursion along with Gold Rock Beach. The caves for the tour are a small area that you walk down into and right back up again - via a spiral staircase for one and regular stairs for the other (Burial Cave) - but the peaceful walk through the National Park area and into the small cave area was very serene. The cave system itself is quite large but visitors cannot possibly tour that. Scuba diving is allowed with proper authorization. We were allowed a small glimpse of the water pond, stalactites, root systems, and if your lucky there are bats in the cave and maybe you'll see them. Very interesting to see such a unique cave system on an island.

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Reviewed November 15, 2014

This was a stop on the hike through Lucayan National Park. After taking a metal spiral staircase down to the cave, we saw pretty water that looked stagnant, fish, and bats (yipes!). Our guide told us it was the longest underwater cave that had been mapped, and leads to the ocean. Apparently with the right permission, tools, and experience, it is a cave system that you can scuba dive. Ben's Cave was a quick stop, but was worth the few minutes we spent there.

Note: There is a $5 admission fee to the park

Thank ErinKate25
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Reviewed October 25, 2014 via mobile

We seen the caves as part of the kayak tour and they are quite interesting to learn about. I was so impressed by our tour guide, Lamont, he was incredibly informative and knows so much about the island! The caves are a great addition to the kayaking tour!

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Reviewed October 6, 2014

This was a short trail visit before heading to the beach. The caves are, well, caves. :) Nice to have the history along with the trail. Not wheelchair accessible (we didn't need it to be, but for anyone considering it).

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Reviewed July 30, 2014

We took a tour of the East End of GBI with Hida. There was a lot to see in one day but we are glad we went to see the caves, which are part of the Lucayan National Park. The walk to them is not far, which is good because it was very hot in June. You have to go down steps to each cave, but they are much cooler. Both caves are filled with water. There are interesting local legends and history about them. Be sure to go across to Gold Rock Beach and experience one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Thank MJV
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