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Grotte di Falvaterra, Falvaterra

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  • is an active cave — it flows into the water! Unlike other and far more famous caves here you can hear and see the power of water underground. Very knowledgeable volunteers who driven by passion devote their time to accompany and explain very well to tourists and fans inside the cave. So as it happened to me, I chose the tourist route because after a rain the water remains a bit murky but next time I'll try the most adventurous path because this cave deserves a visit even if the path is not very long. You pay very little to enjoy this treat. Exciting and not to be missed!
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  • on 26/12 I went to visit the caves with a group of friends. I arranged the visit to the caves of Falvaterra boost by enthusiastic comments in TripAdvisor, we were two groups quite numerous and diverse requirements, one of which is from Naples and Rome and Falvaterra was a fair compromise. Christian, the Guide, it was very helpful in assisting me in the Organization and also to advise me where to eat in the area, although it was a public holiday, and I contacted only the 21/12. I have to say that the tour did well beyond expectations, the caves are great, accessibilissime to everyone, kids and any disabilities. The Guide gave us a lot of interesting information, we spent a memorable day! I cannot explain why these caves are so little publicized, are really interesting. Advice to all people who pass by the parties of A1, Ceprano area to make a small detour to visit this natural wonder. Christian it is readily available via cell phone and really friendly!!
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  • Volunteer-run site (in fact the cost of admission to the shortest route is by way of contribution to safeguard and promotion activities of the protected area: 3). The visit is guided and lasts a half-hour. Along a walkway to anyone (even for the handicapped). There is also the possibility to make even speleoturistiche visits (they explained that in this case you can rent all the equipment: wetsuits and neoprene boots, hiking boots). Once a year, then organize a sort of "coast to coast", which is a path that the caves of Pastena, passing ones Falvaterra arrives into the water between stalactites and waterfalls. We will do it!
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