My girls wanted to go on a "cave adventure" while we were on vacation this past summer. This is a GREAT cave adventure for children who are"first timers." The entrance tunnel which begins the adventure is neat as you start to move downwards into the cave. The tour guide was very informative and interesting (BUT WE WISHED that he would have SLOWED DOWN since my wife walks with a cane and can't walk as fast as most people). That was the only draw back -> the guide was inconsiderate of the fact that some people in the group were slower walking and had a harder time keeping up (especially on the trek back up the path towards the "bear's claw" resting point. By the time my family was able to make it to the resting point coming back up because of my wife having to walk with a cane and we were taking our time helping her, the guide said "ok, let's go and head on up." I'm sorry, but that was rude and very inconsiderate of those with disabilities who would also like to enjoy some "adventures' as well. The overall trail is wide enough and fine for the tour but the guides need to be more patient and considerate. The glass bottom boats were neat and fun, and my children enjoyed seeing the "blind" trout and watching the trout get fed. My children also enjoyed seeing everything else there as well including the gem mining, glass shop and glass blower, the gift shop, and even the snack bar / grill was good for lunch. Overall, this is well worth seeing as a stop during your travels. We would visit again and my children have already said they want to see it again some day.
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