You have to take a trolly ride up the mountain to access the caverns. In the past I've had issues of being "trapped" on top the mountain due to "technical difficulties" and this trip was no exception. In my opinion it's a tactic during slow season to keep you up there to dine or buy more souvenirs. That being said the caves were interesting with the tour guide providing a good history. The views inside and outside the caves are amazing. The tour guide wasn't busy and had some free time before the actual tour started so she took us (4 total) on the second half of the tour first. This more private showing of the caves made the entire trip totally worth it. It felt like a private tour and the guide was so knowledgeable. The first half of the tour was with the larger group and not as much fun because of the size of the group. The second half was more strenuous "lots of stairs" but doable for most able people. I'm glad we were able to do that part first then rest up a few minutes for the first half which was cake.
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