First of all, you'll get there when you follow Harry's very exact instructions - truly out in the middle of nowhere! Now the juicy details. This is one place on the island where you get a lot of bang for your buck - only $20 for an outstanding 2 hour tour. The lava tube cave is unlike any other cave I've been in - flowing rope lava floors, hanging lava drops, lava falls, lava stalactites (well that's the best name you can give them because they aren't real stalactites) and a tiny spider that lives in the dark of the cave. Harry, your tour meister, is extremely passionate and knowledgeable about the cave. We learned about how the different flow patterns were made, about cracks in the lava floor, about the cave falls, and other interesting lava patterns - some that can be explained and others that are hypothesized about. Harry moves at a pace that is basically set by the group he is with - may have been a little slower with our group since I didn't exactly speed up the ladders! Thank you Harry for sharing your lava tube with us - I learned so much and won't easily forget the time we spent in the Kazamura Lava Tube.