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The tour was great, but not for those scared of tight spaces or darkness. Had to crouch low in some spots on the walk to the grotto, and the boat ride to the caves was nice too. Better to do this tour at dusk, best time. Really loved it, interesting to learn about the glow worm too.
A very interesting tour well worth the time even on a miserable rainy day.
This more about the formation of the caves. The amount of water rushing through has to be seen to be believed, we were there after constant rain. The peacefulness of the glow worm itself was magic!
The spectacle is amazing and the action of the water features is dramatic - worth experiencing without the glow worms which were indeed not impressive. The support and service from the staff was first class in content and presentation. Both my wife and I would thoroughly recommend this attraction
I thought the tour was great -- a beautiful boat ride over to the caves and then an exciting walk through the grotto. It was early but the worms glowed brightly.
Brilliant trip, I'd definitely recommend it to others. The guides were very informative and friendly.
A fascinating experience. The guide provided wonderful insights into the cave and the glowworms and the trip across Lake Te Anau was a bonus.
Enjoyed the trip across the lake in day light, as well as the time spent in the caves. Guide was very informative
Was a fun experience. We did it during the day time and the weather was in our favour so the boat cruise on the lake was quite enjoyable. Had never seen a glow worm cave before. Was very enjoyable.
Definitely a must-see if you have the time available in Te Anau, guides could be more informative, but the natural beauty of the cave and spectacle of the glow worms more than compensates. Going to take the opportunity to also advise you to go to the restaurant RED CLIFF, which is undeniably the best hidden gem in Te Anau. If you're in town for the night, do yourself a favour and book a table.