We visited the caves with our boys, ages 12 & 10. They are outdoorsy kids, so we spent lots of time exploring every nook and cranny of these amazing caves. There were some hidden passages and holes leading to 'rooms' that most other visitors were walking right past. Bring, or better yet, wear a flashlight (around your head) so you can see where you're going inside the caves. It's easy to drop a handheld one if you're trying to scamper around on the rocks.
They give you a walking stick at the beginning, but you can't really use them when climbing around. They were somewhat helpful on the paths, particularly since we went after a rain and the rocks were quite slippery. Take some water to drink.
Plan to get very dirty, especially if it has been raining. We were covered in mud, but felt quite exhilarated by the experience.
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