Driving to the cave was a pretty route but very windy roads and steep drops, so not for nervous types.
The cost was reasonable for the experience, and it's great that you get to join a tour with a guide that speaks your language.
Its pretty cold inside, so come prepared. You can't take bags in either - they are confiscated at the cave entrance!
The trip was interesting and informative.
Our only concern was the lack of an evacuation plan in the case of emergency. My daughter is undergoing chemotherapy treatment and felt unwell and felt extremely nauseous part way round the cave (probably due to the drop in temperature and the atmosphere in the cave.) We asked to leave the cave but the guide wouldn't allow that until she had finished the tour. I had to stay still with my daughter until the guide finished, turned back and met back up with us.There was no walkie talkie system or alternative to alert people outside of medical emergencies, which was somewhat disconcerting.
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