Beautiful! The Spanish speaking park ranger gave us basic directions we could understand in our limited Spanish. He charged us $20 for the 4 of us, which I think was too much, but it didn't break the bank for us and I hope it helps keep the Park up.
The walk for us was just over an hour (as he said) and we did almost give up that we had somehow missed it, but then we were there. After overcoming some fear of the dark this was super magical. We planned and had a flashlight and phone lights. The dark cave opens into a beautiful area and there are many caverns to explore. We only heard and saw a few bats. There were a few other people on the trail and one other couple in the cave, but it was very quiet (except for my teens!). Highly recommended, especially as a nature contrast to the hotels.
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