Parc de la Caverne Trou de la Fee, Desbiens

(3.6/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • This site is worth a visit for a beautiful afternoon nature in family trails are well developed
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  • If you want to admire the Nature and breathe the fresh, damp air, this is the ideal place because the river is turbulent and air smells very good. Bring you a little lunch and enjoy it at the end of the 3rd fall and you will be delighted! Small drawback, some $15 only for walking, a little expensive but must pay the investment.
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  • We loved visiting the cave and the site of great beauty. It says on their website to dress warmly for the visit of the cave, however I recommend to go with moderation, because it must perform a 30-minute hike to get there so we had time to get very hot with the 29 degrees celcius. Bring a small jacket in a bag, this will be enough for the 5 minutes where you will be in the cave at 4 degrees celcius. The hike of the green belt is a must see.
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  • A nice visit I may recommend, if your out of shape like to bring an extra set of clothe. It's not a super physical experience still you need to climb up a natural staircase and the cavern is a bit of workout.
  • It's a bit of a tourist trap. But just pay for the walk and not the attractions.
  • Great place to visit. Lots of stairs.
  • The landscapes are indeed pretty (but there are plenty of views similar, see most beautiful, which can go for free watching nearby) but the visit of the cave remains a big scam to tourists. Hospitality in large capital letters, a sign indicates "No refund" and we then understand why the Park takes the lead... Tour of the cave made in 20 minutes (not 30) with a guide that is unable to answer questions and only concerned about profitability: groups of 30 people tight as sardines (one person per market on a tiny and slippery stairs so that everybody can hold... Long live security!), visit to run during which we repeat every 3 minutes that we have to hurry, etc. And the icing on the cake: after paying $ 20 we announce, once in the cave, that there are more than 300 but 7 bats (this is where we understand why they defend themselves at the entrance of any possibility of a refund...) and the guide don't even try to get them to show you. In the end you pay $ 20 for the better 4 km walk the trails and visit a cave without bat at run... I do so absolutely not recommend this activity...
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  • Hiking is good, though a little perilous with a wet weather. A path that we do through the rocks and branches. The cave is OK no more. There are more bats and it is not very recommended to the people of large sizes. The visit takes about 1 h 30 - 2 h if you go only to the cave. There are several other ways you can do. It's worth the detour for a good hike more that to see the inside of the cave.
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