This cave is well worth the visit. It is specially set up for people who are in a wheelchair with a ramp, pathway running right from the entrance via a spiral ramp down to the ground and all through the cave is accessible on the specially built walkway. The entrance to the cave reminded my husband and I of Get Smart with the special double doors that opened and closed automatically. The natural formations are spectacular, but you must remember not to touch any of the formations because a possible fine of $2,000 for damages could result. The guide we had was very informative of the local knowledge as well.
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