We went as part of a group bus tour from our cruise ship. The guide warned us numerous times about how slippery it will be and sure enough we had been off the bus about 2 minutes and slipped on the way to the bathrooms ( the slopes are slippery!!!). A bathroom stop is strongly recommended as once inside the caves, there are obviously no bathrooms and the sound of dripping water and mini waterfalls calls to us all.
The walk through the cave is about 1km and is well paved and the lighting is good. A few spots that require the taller people had to squat walk. It is not for those afraid of confined spaces or those with weak legs. The Cave has been made very visitor friendly with all trip hazards removed and there is really no danger of falling things. You will get a bit wet from all the dripping water, but that is part of the charm.
This Cave has seen many years of foot traffic, so it is a bit touristy, but that makes it really accessible so many people can enjoy the natural beauty of it.
At the end of the cave walk, upon returning back down to the shops and carpark, there is a room with fouls ( cockerel in cages ). I found this a disturbing.
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