We went here today when the Bandalier National Park park was closed due to flooding. This is a great tour of cave dwellings. Our guide was a Native America who was a direct descendent of the Pueblos who built the cave dwellings which made it even more interesting. The tour allowed us to see what the lives were like for the people who lived in the caves, and the views were tremendous. We didn't get to Bandelier so we can't compare the two. Our tour was small. We were able to into the caves on the mesa and see and handle the artifacts. There is a lot of climbing. Warning-not for this who are out of shape as there is a lot of climbing involved. It is steep. Wear sneakers and bring water. We loves this tour and our guide. We would highly recommend it.
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