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    Like many have said the price was fairly steep for what you get. The tour was shorter than expected. Some interesting bits of history and facts. If you have been to Carlsbad Caverns or any other cavern outside of a desert you will be greatly disappointed. I wouldn’t recommend it if you want to see beautiful formations and large caverns. Head to Carlsbad, NM.

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    Went on the headlight tour in the throne room, very cool experience! Looking around you’re always spotting something new and interesting instead of having it all lit up for you to see. Going back to do the big room tour the same way. Tour wasn’t rushed and it wasn’t the guide talking the whole time from a script. We were able to spend time in spots and ask questions. At one point, all lights were off and everyone was quiet, only thing you could hear was drops of water hitting all around the throne room.

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    Just from the entrance, it looked beautiful, the tourist woman was very nice! The caverns were just downright beautiful, and the Discovery building was cool too! We learned a bunch exploring the Kartchner Caverns caves! We went to the Rotunda tour and the Throne Room was outright amazing! Overall I loved it and it was a great and amazing experience

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    The details: $23/adult for a 1.5-2hr tour, two different areas available. Reservations are done online up to 24 hours before or over the phone. It is extremely touristy and popular so slots do get filled up very quickly. It is handicapped accessible. Cavern is partially lit, ~77F, 99% humidity and a tour guide is provided (there is no other way to see the cavern).The good: The cavern itself is amazing. The sheer size of it is impressive and since it is still “alive” (i.e. water still runs through it), it will be continually changing.The bad: the only way to see it is through a guided tour that includes people of all ages (including children). Our tour guide was ok but a bit boring. No cameras are allowed inside of the cavern so you don’t get to take any of the cool pics that you see online. They do this because the flash is super bright in a low-light cavern, tho they won’t let you take a pic without the flash and either way it does not damage the cavern itself.

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    Campground was nice and loop trail was very pretty. Cavern tour was nice but short. Unable to bring in camera and I believe that is ridiculous. Secondly you purchase a ticket for only on view of cave the ticket should include both caves. The video was good and the information was very nice. Probably will not return. DID NOT LIKE NO PICTURES!!!!