There are many much more spectacular caverns around the world, but I've never given up a chance to bumble around in the dark, so off to Quiocta we went! The process was weird; we stopped in the nearest town to buy tickets and rent mud boots (I think 7 soles total?) and then drive to the actual cavern in the middle of nowhere, that was totally on the honor system - we just walked right in. It is not set up with lights inside; our guide had some lamps with him, but there weren't enough for everyone in the group, I would highly suggest bringing a flashlight or headlight of your own with you.
the cavern is MUDDY. Sometimes up to 20cm of mud. I am proud to say I probably got more mud on my pants than anyone else, even with the mud boots! We saw some fun stalactites and stalagmites, but honestly this location is more about the fun of trying to fall down in a dark and muddy enclosure.
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