The cave part was totally awesome, they are beautiful and exciting to go through. You have to watch your step carefully and bring flashlights. The warm is surprisingly refreshing and not that cold. Do not bring valuables you do not want to wet because sometimes your whole body is in the water, but for the most part the water is shallow. The first cave was the best, the second cave at the end you actually have to swim underwater to reach the exit unless you turn back. Bring good shoes!
What I didnt like: The actual trail leading up to the caves is tricky to find and there isen't many signs to guide you, we had to keep asking strangers if we were going the right way. And the hike itself is nothing special, not very scenic but the caves make it worth it at the end.
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