Too bad we couldn't visit the caves nearby (we only had a car for 3 days and in that period of time there was no visit scheduled), but we were lucky enough to see the interpretation centre (although I really don't understand why it is not called a museum...why is everything an interpretation centre?)
Oh well, what's in a name? The centre was very informative and even a bit interactive, modern lay out and the guy at the front desk actually spoke English, and decent as well! The signs were good, too bad we didn't have more time to spend. Make sure you have well over an hour to visit the centre, it explains a lot about the area, the way the soil was formed, how people came to live here and why, about the excavations in the area, the difficulties they must have experienced.
It gives you a great idea of what to expect when you do get to go to one of the caves.
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