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An amazing cave with an underground river and beautiful mineral formations. You travel about 1,5h in a metal boat with a group of people. The guide was very funny and friendly.
Quite uncommon and it costs 11,40.
It doesn't look like much from the outside.
Like everything in Ariege, its not flashy, or sparkling, its not publicized in a million places. It's another of Ariege's many secret gems you have to find youself.
The visits are perfectly organized. Everything runs so smoothly...More
Having visited the Grotte de Niaux, we were a little concerned as to whether the Grotte de Labouiche would be as impactful.
We arrived early mid week, it was closed the day before due to heavy rains flooding the caves.
It was quite cool in...More
Completely serene. The ride starts at one of two entrances and lasts a good hour. Really worth seeing all the different formations and just enjoying the peace underground. Lots of steps to climb either at the end or go down at the beginning but well...More
Not many caves have such a long possibility of boat ridding. First suggestion is to order tickets before arriving so that you assure yourself the hour you chose.There are groups of 12 people for each nerosta boat. Did you know that the entrance to the...More
Even getting there by 1030, parking was a nightmare and the queue was an hour long, and then once we got served were given a time of 1.30pm for our tour. However this inauspicious start was softened by a good simple restaurant on site who...More
We visited the caves in July on a miserable day as something to do. They're not expensive at 10.80 Euro's for an adult. Groups are of 12 - and we did not have an English speaking guide. The entrance to the cave is a few...More