I'm not a seasoned caver. So we asked the guides from the village how it is. They said it is 800 meters and it is ok to go with sandals. So we did. Although they offered to lock our bags in the village center, they didn't mention that in the cave it is really wet. Sometimes you have to go waist deep in running water but most of the time it keeps "raining". And although we saw all the big headlamps charging in the center, we took only 2 of them and a small one, between the 4 of us. I had to use my personal mini torch which ran out of battery. Make sure you have a personal fully charged flashlight before you go in (ask from the guides and they will give you). The thing is, these very kind and friendly guides do not know what the visitors are like or what they know and don't know. They jump from rock to rock in the cave and seem to expect the same from the visitors. The cave itself was quite nice, many stalactites, stalagmite, cotton candy stuff, pools, rivers, mud, few bats, some claustrophobia, light NDEs.
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