After a long rough road down to the caves(which was almost scary due to muddy washed out roads) we got to the lovely valley where the zip gliding and canoes were located. our guide, fidelio, took my husband and I in a 3 person canoe into the cave which was quite full of water due to recent rains. Luckily the water had receded enough that we could get quite far into the cave to see the stalagmites and stalegtites and unusual shaped rock outcroppings that shone like gold when we used a flashlight. Centuries old, it was something to see, a highlight of our trip.
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