Decided to go and visit this cave on a Sunday afternoon. The lady on the front desk was very polite, spoke good English and explained what we had to do with the hand sets we were given. The cave may be smallish but very interesting and a great experience. The fresh water pools look very inviting and the story behind the caves discovery very fascinating. We easily spent about an hour and fifteen minutes down there. There could have been a bit more lighting here and there, the Health and Safety team would have had a field day. Worth seeing as there are only three of these marine caves in the world.
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