This place is far more than I expected!
I though it would be just some chambers in the mountain and some beautiful stones for us to see, but this trip is more interesting than just that.
First of all, I like the lady guide a lot, sorry I forget the name again, but she described everything to us with her emotion in a very professional way. I think you all know majority of guides just say what they have to say about certain places to finish their work, but this guide made the journey to be a really adventure.
The inside is indeed beautiful, all kinds of different shapes and sizes, and it's also interesting to find out the story behind: the bushmen lived there for a long time and how a farmer accidentally found this place and how he exaggeratedly described it to the outside people. The highlight of the cave is that there are some extremely narrow, slippery, odd shaped tunnels for you to get through. You have to bend your knees, lay on your stomach or back, sit down, slide down, or just have to turn around to fit the channel. If you have claustrophobia, definitely this is not a good place for you to go. The driver told me an over-sized lady was stuck in the middle of the tunnel and it took 4 hours to get her out there.
It's not just a sight seeing, to know more about the nature, but indeed it's an adventure!
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