We took our family to see the Cave Without a Name on during a family gathering in the Hill Country. I had heard this cave was worth seeing but it still surprised me. It is worth the time for a visit if you are ever in the Hill Country area. This cave is not advisable for handicapped people or people... 更多
My husband and I toured the cave, and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. We got there right when it opened and had a private tour with one of the guides since no one else was there. Because of this, we got to chat and take our time. Our guide, Elaine, was wonderful! The shop there is worth a look, with lots... 更多
Very highly recommended! A wonderful concert in the Throne Room of the Cave. The acoustics are fantastic! The performers were superb. Word to the wise--wear safe shoes, bring a jacket and something to wipe off your seat. Chairs are wet. Also the climb out of the cave is a real WORKOUT!
Not well known, not well publicized, but filled with marvelous, ornate, and unique formations throughout the Cave. The ascent is over 6 stories so pace yourself coming back up from the cave floor. The guides are knowledgeable and entertaining. The tour moves quickly even though it is an hour long and worth every penny. Finally, this small operation is like... 更多
We took a trip around the local countryside and eventually found the cave . Luckily a tour was about to start. In reception it warned us that was 120 steps down the 120 steps up to make sure you are capable. Mike our guide was waiting at the bottom of the steps. I would advise anyone visiting should wear appropriate... 更多
These caves are not extensive though beautiful. The cost for the caves certainly need to be adjusted in my opinion. Every parent who paid walked away wondering what exactly what they paid for. Once in the caves the tour guides are so concerned about the preservation of the rocks ON THE PATH that they are willing to chide your kids... 更多