We nearly declined this tour, which was included free with our package. We've experienced numerous caves in a number of continents; and our home state, Western Australia, has many beautiful caverns in its southwest.
We needed some legwork, after three days on a cruise boat, so we decided to just go along with the group and 'see another flamin' cave!' The climb to the top was no great deal. The steps are broad in most places... and it wasn't long before we were all entering a humongous cavern, into which most caves we've experienced could be tucked together, neatly inside!
Those who object to the 'unnatural lighting' or pathways created to permit travellers to safely explore this immense cave should probably visit a few of the less well-known pitch-black tunnels and caverns of WA's southwest. Forget modern devices such as flashlights, cellphones and the like. A box of matches should suffice for you hardy souls! Seriously, the development work undertaken to ensure access and safety to this wonderful attraction is much-appreciated by the many thousands of tourists who explore it daily.
And those who claim this cave is 'small' in comparison to others they've visited should tell us the location(s), so we can all visit... . :)
This cave was _well_ worth our time... and we're glad we didn't pass-up the chance to see it for ourselves... .
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