The caves are no doubt beautiful and would be something to see. However, be prepared to be treated as if you are heading to military bootcamp. The service is terrible and the workers are extremely impolite, ignorant of the facts and history of the caves and science behind it, and causing what would be a peaceful and enjoyable experience into a stressful series of shouted orders, dirty looks, impatience and pressure to speed through the attraction. In addition, there are no pictures allowed at in the caves. The reason is purely greed-based. They want you to take no photos in an effort to force you to buy the one picture of you on the boat that they take (like at a theme park roller coaster) or buy a postcard upstairs. It is ridiculous. If you go, when you get off take a look at the forced pictures, no one is smiling because no one enjoyed the experience. If you go take as many pictures as you want. You've paid to be there and they are not going to take your camera. The rule is ridiculous and the staff completely destroys the experience. I would never go again. For the drive to get there and the price to get in, it should not be as it is. Do not give them your money and if you do take all the pics you want and ignore them and try to make the best of the experience. (imagine going to niagra falls or the grand canyon and being told no pictures, it is not like the Louvre where a pic ruins the painting).
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