1. Mark Lakata

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    Good cave, nice formations, fun trek across the lake. A bit expensive. Doesn’t compare to caves like Carlsbad, but comparable to Oregon Caves but a lot shorter tour.If you have mobility issues, the walk can be difficult, but for a normal person it’s nothing to be concerned about. Don’t need a jacket as it is a pleasant 70° inside and 102° outside.

  2. Rachel Stone

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    If you have any problems with balance, endurance and/or taking up to 276 steps quickly in one go exiting the cave after having just climbed well over 200 inside the cave in addition to traversing a third of a mile of steep shore line both ways, this tour is not for you. It would have been nice if the kind people selling the pricey tickets had mentioned any of that or if they had posted a warning sign bigger than an index card. I have two bad knees and wasn’t amused. I was also really concerned for an older man who I thought might have a heart attack at any moment..not that the teen-aged guide would have noticed.If you’ve never seen cave formations and this is your only option, go ahead. But in my opinion, if you want to see something spectacular and much more accessible, save your money and go to Carlsbad, NM.

  3. Pallab Mondal

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    Loved this place. You would be surprised by the natural beauty of this place.

  4. Jatin Lodhia

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    The caves are good but not something extraordinary. The tour takes u on a boat to the cave site and then there is a bus that takes u to the top of a hill where the caves are situated. The view from the top is great and makes the trip worthwhile. Make sure to sit on the right side window seat. You will be in for a present surprise.

  5. Scott Dixon

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    The caves were pretty, but the tour was pretty bland for $24 per person! I’m sorry, I would not recommend this to my friends.