I absolutely recommend visiting this cave--friends and I went with the informative and entertaining Marshall Humphreys, and I would love to go again. Marshall clearly loves what he does, and his fascination with the tiny birds that nest in the cave is catching. The cave itself is an amazing formation, and not dark and dank--there are a number of areas open to the outside. The hike in to the cave is equally fascinating, but there are tricky areas over sharp makatea. Not for flip-flops or sandals. I would wear shorts, as in the humidity and my own sweaty efforts, my pantlegs became damp and sticky. But wear bug repellent.
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