When entering the area, you may feel let down. Don't, there's more than meets the eye. Start with the main tomb (only one is well-preserved). It may not look very amazing at first glance, but check where it was build and how great an acoustic it has (yes, you can play with your echo like a child). And then treat yourself with some... nature. On the right of the entrance, you will see a narrow path leading downwards. Follow it for 10'-15'. You don't need to be fit or wear hiking shoes, just walk slowly and carefully. Enjoy the walk, and when you think you have reached your destination and you prepare to take your shoes off the wet your feet and relax, think again. Walk upwards in the river for two more minutes (it's easy but slippery, mind your step): a tiny beautiful grotto full of small stalactites awaits. Shoot a shelfie and then open your eyes and marvel where you are.
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