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We visited with a group of 20 teenagers. We split into the two tours, the one where you climb through everything and the one that was a little shorter with a little less intense stairs. My daughter went on the more challenging one and she...More
we did the one hour your with a 14 and 8 year old - it was effortless. Extremely impressive chambers and an informative guide.
Do book on advance if you want a particular time slot or you risk having to wait if a large tour...More
We have been to different caves before but Cango caves are really spectacular!
What made it extra special was the Adventure Tour, where you get to crawl, squeeze, climb, get on your belly through really narrow tunnels! It was more exhausting than we thought but...More
We did the heritage tour which was enough with small children and my 75 year old mum. You get to see the fantastic formations and the guide will give you good detail about the formations and the history of the caves. My children were fascinated...More
Amazing heritage and adventure tour. If you're scared of tight spaces, their guides offer an excellent heritage tour which doesn't lead you to the depths of these breathtaking caves. Good for family and all ages
Never expected what I saw. Being in a place which has hardly changed in the last 150 million years, real wow moment in life. Beautiful, amazing... We did only the Heritage tour which is short and requires little walking through massive cave chambers. Stalactites and...More
We are a family of four with two teenagers and were recommended by several friends to visit the Cango Caves when staying in Oudtshoorn. We had booked ahead from home and were not disappointed. We had booked onto the straightforward 'heritage' tour as I was...More
Worth visiting. We did the normal tour, but the adventure tour looked great fun (not everyone in the family was up for crawling through confined passageways). If you’re in the area, definitely worth seeing.