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Guadirikiri Caves, Arikok National Park

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Head to Guadirikiri Caves and find a dark and damp environment stretching an impressive 492 ft (100 m) into the mountain. The cave features two chambers, traditional Arikok cave drawings, stalagmites and stalactites, hundred of bats, and sun light piercing through holes in the cave's roof. According to legend, the daughter of an Indian chief fell in love and was imprisoned here by her disapproving father. A visit to Guadirikiri Caves represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Arikok National Park itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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  • This cave is totally different from the caves I have seen and been in. It is warm not cool. There are ancient Indian paintings on the ceiling. Most of them have been vandalized so the park service ste...  more »
  • This was a stop on our Land Rover tour and I'm glad we saw it. It is a small cave known for the bats and hand prints. As caves go, it isn't the best or largest, but the cliff opening and skylights are...  more »
  • A must if you visit Arikok Park. Fontein cave is nice but less interesting than this Winery. Guadirikiri Cave is much larger and is home to thousands of bald - smile. A lot of fun exploring this cellar with children, especially from the bottom section separated by a small fence. The temperature and humidity in this last section are difficult to bear, but the mission is worth it! Bring flashlights.
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  • The notable Guadirikiri Cave got my particular attention for its two large dome-shaped chambers illuminated by the sunlight streaming through holes in the roof of the cave. The cave extends for about 100 feet. So I needed a flashlight to explore this spot gem. ****
  • It is more attractive than fontein. More light through the hole in the Center. At the beginning it is obscure carry a flashlight
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  • Great place to learn, very important to the story to the entrance of the cave
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  • Excellent... If they carry camera carry great angular... excellent photos
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  • Worth the stop, for the petroglyphs.