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Reviewed yesterday

The colours, the background music makes the visit worthwhile. My husband wants to make the colourful pictures as screen savers on his computer acreen,

Thank Kristink01
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The cave is located about twenty minutes walk from the top of the Rock.
It is a well-lit bell-shaped huge hall, with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites.

Thank Fane_Babanul
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Huge cave with colorful lighting and beautiful scenery. Great pics. Good value. A bit of a climb inside but safely laid out. Worth seeing.

Thank telzangel
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Just past the monkeys along and narrow path are the caves. Wonderful views and very large. Larger than I though they would be. Need to be able to transverse non-even path ways. But a must see!

Thank MJ0715
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The caves can be explored on your own, but to get a good history it’s nice to have a guide. Would love to attend a concert in their theater.

Thank jambpw
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Was amazing , great atmosphere , very interesting .

The apes on approach add some colour !

We did this as part of an organised tour , which I would recommend , so you get to understand some of the background and history .

Thank MaxD859
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Delightful visit to these enchanting caves. Excellent use of artificial colour lighting which helped to create a wonderful atmosphere. The history be hind these caves is interesting to read up on.

Thank smokeyrolo
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Fantastic place to visit which we did on a private tour. It must be great to hear a concert here. We enjoyed walking through it and enjoying the beauty of it.

Thank Ken Q
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited the caves as part of a guided tour (which is the best way to see the Rock) there are some information points that help explain them. Outside you can see the Barbary Macaques, just be careful of them they are wild animals don't hold any food/ice cream otherwise you will lose it!

Thank William L
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My child and I went to St.Michael’s Cave and had an normal experience. To be true, I would have rated it less, if it didn’t have the notice boards around the place. That made it more formal. Here are the pros of the place:
- The notice boards ( like I said!!)
- The real beauty of the place ( not the shaped rocks!)
- The normal lights ( not the boom boom colored ones)

The cons:
- Why all the wires in the rocks?!!
- The music, why????!
- The
- Why do they hold rock concerts?! Why?!

Nature is really important to us and we love visiting different places!

The staff was really kind and made us laugh. They guided us on the buses and we both learned lots of new facts that took us home pleased.
Thank you again, especially the Rusadir Travel, which took us there and back.

Thank olghinaromano
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