Interesting tour. A few things to be aware of: 1) There will be several locals there providing services and it is appropriate to tip them for it. About 5000 pesos per person is what my hired driver suggested per person (about $2.50 US), but all I had was large bills of 50.000 because I wasn't expecting this. Word to the wise, bring appropriate bills to be able to tip 4-5 different people. 2) Bring a towel. None there. 3) When you rinse off in the lagoon, people will be there to rinse out your bathing suit while you rinse your body. You will be obscured by the water, but know that you'll be butt naked for a bit. The alternative is to keep your bathing suit on, but you won't be able to get all the mud out. 4) There is a pay toilet there. I believe its 1000 pesos but maybe good to have that change handy.
Awesome tour. It was more touristy than adventure-like because the guides operate the rafts instead of the participants, but the caves were definitely worth seeing. While you go into the caves via small raft, you move to the different islands on a large, comfortable boat, and I almost enjoyed this as much as the canoeing because the surrounding scenery was awesome. Great opportunity for photos.
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