The signs are a little confusing at this national park as there are two entrances. One entrance (the main entrance) leads to your cave tubing opportunity. The other entrance is access to the Blue Hole. If your tubing, you'll have a guide who will help you with your inner tube and headlamp...he also has a handy-dandy water proof bag to stow your camera while your floating. He took a picture of our family for us as we hiked down into the cave. Watch your step, it's slippery but there's a cable to hang on to as you descend the steps. Once in the cave you paddle for a distance upstream and then float the rest of the way. Pay attention to the guide's calls, he'll holler when there's a rock to avoid or when you need to stay either left or right. Expect to get thoroughly soaked...there are several places where water showers from above and wear sturdy shoes (not flip flops!) We had a great time!
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