After reading a somewhat negative comment from a previous trip advisor review, we were pleasantly surprised with this quite stunning cave. Although relatively small it contains the whole gamut of beautiful cave formations, some of the best I have seen in many caves in other parts of the world. As a geology/geography teacher I could not fault the detailed and knowledgeable explanations of Marc, our tour guide. Marc delivered his talk first in French then switched smoothly into perfect English, and managed to include some humour, in both languages.
Although the temperature below the surface was only 13 C, the high humidity and lack of air movement made it a comfortable level without the need for sweaters, as advised. After a week of heavy rain the humidity apparently rises to about 98% and wets everything, including tourists, but makes everything else glisten. Our 3 young grandchildren were a bit hesitant beforehand but voted it the most interesting activity for the week and chose souvenirs from the attractive collection of rocks and minerals for sale, at modest prices. The shop sold drinks and icecreams, had plentiful shaded car parking and good clean toilets were available
The access within the cave is not challenging, only a few steps then gently sloping concrete paths.