1. Rolfe Jameria

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    What a great little place off the beaten path (and for that matter, not on most maps). This is one of the nicest cave tours – by boat – that I have taken. 1/2 mile long tour is one of the longest in the country. Cave is very nice with blind crawdads and cave fish visible. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and entertaining. Quite an interesting place. I highly recommend taking the tour.

  2. Christopher Drake

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    Not too thrilling for an hour underground boatride. But the kids will love it. Use your $2 off coupons from other brochures to save money. I suggest bringing your on mag light to see better. The echo demo was cool. Would like to take canoe further in for better adventure.

  3. Siddharth jain

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    The Blue spring caves are located in Bedford, IN. The cave tour is a 14$/person deal for 1 hour of cave guided tour. The highlight and the unique thing is that the tour is on a boat. Apart from that, I did not find anything spectacular on this tour. Though the tour guide made honest attempts to educate the visitors about the caves, there simply wasn’t much to offer. We ended up seeing a bat and that’s about it. A better bet will be Marengo caves or Mammoth caves which are much more informative and have a lot more to offer. In my honest opinion, if you have never been to caves and are just nearby Bedford with time to kill, you might want to go and visit here. Else, plan a visit to Marengo caves or Mammoth caves.

  4. A Google User

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    The guide was a 15 year old jack butt. He was very sure of himself. When my kids asked asked questions that he already stated he clearly had to call them out on it therefore making the tour more unenjoyable than it already was. The great part was the effect that he he made with slapping the seat cushion a.k.a. life preserver on the boat to make the echo sound even more than louder than his ever resonating than his orating voice. ugh! will never go back.

  5. A Google User

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    We did an overnight adventure with wild caving and a underground river tour with a group of Boy Scouts. I felt like the “guides” rushed us along at every step of the way from arrival to final departure. Based on the inexperience of most of the guides, I was not comfortable that they could have handled any emergency that would arise during the wild caving portion of the tour, as there were people along who had some serious issues with confined spaces and had to turn back. The wild caving is physically strenuous, very tight and will certainly let discover if you have any issues with clostrophobia. The literature doesn’t let you know just how confined the spaces are; plan on a 20 foot “crawl” through a rock passage about 3 feet tall on the wild caving tour just to get to the place where you can turn around. There were a couple of older guides who did a fantastic job, but unfortunately they were overshadowed by some immature, unprepared workers.