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Arnav G wrote a review Dec 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia5 contributions
My trip to jomblang Cave was outstanding, it think the cave is underrated. The 280m long trekking through the dark and slippery jungle cave was a life time experience. And dont forget the zip line from which we get down and up the 50m tell cave! The price of the cave is.... I will not say anything but it is complete worth it! I never thought that I will see something like this in johns.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Teo Chin Hin@SEU338E wrote a review Apr 2020
Penang Island, Malaysia113 contributions54 helpful votes
The cost of going into the cave is quite expensive at first i thought. But after I walk over to the cliff to go down (which I thought we need to abseiling down ourselves) turns out not that case. There are ten to twenty people there getting ready to support you down into the cave and now the price makes sense as the locals need to be fed too! The walk down there is muddy and adventurous. Miss your step, and you will fell down and injured yourselves. So make sure you be very cautious. Into the main attractions parts aka Jesus Light, we get to see the mesmerizing lights for a short while and that's considered lucky for us on a cloudy day! Make sure you plan your time properly before coming here so that you get to make the most out of it!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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KRISEK wrote a review Mar 2020
Bishops Stortford, United Kingdom334 contributions57 helpful votes
Scary way going down and up as you are in hands of people not machine holding rope! About 20 people is pulling rope to take out of that hole. Very muddy and dark inside but iew of sunrays is worth that struggle
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Lara v wrote a review Feb 2020
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Everything worked out perfectly! Our driver Anang arrived on time and drove calm and save. The cave was amazing!! Nothing to complain about!! :-) Thank you, Anang! 100% recommendable!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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CHans wrote a review Jan 2020
Canberra, Australia1 contribution4 helpful votes
First negative review I've ever wrote. I found the tour to be extremely misleading. The pictures on tripadvisor all show awesome pictures of people standing on a rock in the light coming down. Turns out, they do not let you take pictures on there anymore, but are still advertising those same photos (hence the misleading part). I was scolded for trying to take a picture there. You pay a hefty price to see something that is realistically done and over with in under 10 minutes minus getting up/down the cliff. Pictures will be sub-par esp if the light is bad. You are essentially paying the fee of getting down and coming back up via the people holding the rope and a small meal/tea/coffee. Overall, have appropriate expectation management. You pay a lot of money to get to a quite isolated area and get little in return in my opinion, but the expectation was you would get to take some cool pictures, which is no longer the case, and see something amazing (it's just like a cenote in Mexico with less water realistically so if you've ever been to one, that's what it's like). I would not recommend or do again unless the price is significantly lowered and they change the policy on pictures. Staff was nice, limited English capability though (at least the guide was). Strictly speaking on the tour, it was 1 star for the experience and price you pay for it. Maybe their policy has changed recently, I don't know, but wouldn't do again or recommend to my friends.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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