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It was our first ever cave experience. The guide gave everyone a candle. There is a rope that goes to the cave, so we don't get lost. The cave had everything, jumping from a waterfall, climbing a waterfall inside the cave, swim in the dark...More
But so very worth it! We did this caving tour as part of our Semuc Champey day tour, which went: caving, tubing, rope swinging, cliff jumping, hiking, swimming, grotto-ing. Just awesome. Trust your guide, and tip them well.
I visited here in 2008 and was blown away by the incredible cave systems. We took a guided tour and in a group of about 6 of us explored the underground cave network for some hours. We were often wading through water or swimming. I...More
Use your imagination for the various named formations as hardly stunning. The bats exiting at sundown was hard to see due to all the shadows cast by the overhanging trees and the bat numbers are in hundreds rather than thousands. Can go on your own...More
What we read these caves here seem to be the bat cave about a 5min ride from Lanquin and not the caves ‘Grutas Las Marias’!?!
These caves has several interesting rock formations like turtle, eagle, monkey etc. Finding them without a guide would be a...More
Walking through this large, hot and wet cave was a great adventure and made a lot of fun. A local guide (the tour is for free but the guide asked for a tip) showed us different formations of stalagmites while we climbed over the rocks...More
- The whole experience is fun and exciting. You walk, swim and crawl in the darkness with only a candlelight for company. I completely recommend it.
- Freezing cold. Be ready for that. Also, bring shoes that can get soaked.
We thought the cave experience was actually better than Semuk Champey itself. You are swimming, climbing, and sliding for about a mile into the cave (and a mile back). I've seen a dozen caves in various countries, but never anything like this! You do not...More