We went in January 2012, in the cold rainy season. The workmen were building the boardwalk, the only cave open was the main one. There was lots of cold water pouring out of the cave after we squeezed through the opening. Inside there was a gate, which was open. We swung onto the gate and onto higher rocks to avoid the torrent of water. Then we turned on our lamps and inched our way fairly far inside, reaching the back, and the entrance to a higher level. Lots of water was coming through it, so we decided to skip exploring that as we didn't want to drown in the waterfall. Then we inched our way back out. Wear a hard hat with lights! There was a stream of water on the bottom of the cave floor, about two feet deep or so. Leave the straws and any formations alone, and only walk where there will be nothing destroyed by your feet. Wonderful experience. The drive up to the caves: we stopped at the Ranger's house and let them know where we were going, just in case. Good idea because the roads were partly washed out, glad we had a truck with higher wheels and 4 x 4. This road should be fine in the summer. Bathrooms at the trail head by the rope bridge, but I think they were shut. Bring a change of clothes, a waterproof jacket, hard hat, gloves, and LED lights (much brighter than regular flash lights.)
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