I went here with a small group of friends to go spelunking one day. If you can drive yourself (I'd take an SUV) then you'll shave a few kilometers off an uphill hike to the cave. We had two guides set us up with a harness and helmet before we went down a super sketchy ladder into the cave. There's only a few rooms that you can go into, but there are a ton of cool geologic features to see such as stalactites, stalagmites, flowstones, straws, etc... The guide even did a pretty good job explaining them (until he said a stalagmite looked like the virgin mary). After the cave tour we took some pictures at a nice lookout spot on the way down the hill and the guides taught us about some of the local plants. Make sure you're in shape for the hike and be prepared for it to be pretty hot in the cave, take lots of water. We had a great time, totally worth that crazy ladder!
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