I purchased the $35 "guided caving". Overall it is a great value. I got to beat up my rental car a bit going up a curvy and fun dirt road, then hiked for a couple miles, then went into the cave itself. The trip down into the cave follows a meatal ladder- this would be scary for those afraid of heights as its like 70' or so, but its doable. The ropes and belaying equipment were in good shape overall. The rigging seemed stable and I helped them take it down as I was the last hiker - so it doesn't stay out in the weather. The cave experience was 2 large rooms, I was told later a third room collapsed after an earthquake a couple months ago. Between the hike, the offloading, the scenic overlooks, the guide's knowledge of local flora and fauna and the caving itself, this was a LOT of bang for the buck. I ended up tipping my guide $10, but this is optional. My guide spoke very little to nearly no English - so I had a chance to work on my Spanish. Some of the other guides spoke english, mine did not.
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