Several tour operators offer this tour, some by horseback, others by vehicle. You pass through the primitive Mennonite village where you may observe horse-drawn plowing and buggies. Please be respectful of their privacy and do not take photos without permission. The road then continues through orchards of giant Mango, Avocado, Citrus, and Breadfruit trees. You will board a canoe and paddle into the cave with a licensed Tour Guide who will describe the features and point out ancient Mayan burials. You can normally paddle in about a mile, then turn around and return by the same route. Bring your own headlights but the guide should have a spotlight. You can swim at the entrance or even a short way into the cave, but the canoe enables to you go further. There is an entrance fee paid to a NICH Park Ranger. You will also have to pay for canoe rental and the guide.