nice caves. there are 2 different tours. the first is the regular tour that takes an hour and you go 600m into the caves. the second tour is the adventure tour. you go 1.2km into the cave BUT the spaces are small and you have to be lean and fit to be able to do it. the regular tours go every hour on the hour and the adventure tours go on the half hour and take 90 minutes to complete. I did the regular tour and we had a great guide and it was quite enjoyable
Oatesson is famous for the ostrich breeding industry. In the eyes of the locals, the ostrich is not only the largest bird in the world, but also a poultry with high economic value. Its skin, fur, meat, and eggs have been developed into expensive products.
Although it is incomparable with the large caves in China, Cango Caves is the most spectacular and oldest stalactite cave found in South Africa. When you first enter the cave, you can immediately feel dampness and a small sultry heat. Many people in the same group feel hypoxia, so speak as quietly as possible in the cave and don't make big movements. In addition, some parts of the ground are slippery, so be careful when you wear shoes. Don’t visit if you are pregnant with claustrophobia.
This is a very beautiful cave. It is the largest stalactite cave in Nanfei. Compared with the domestic development, this cave is more natural.
The scenery on the way to Kanguo Cave is an endless wilderness, and Kanguo Cave is the most famous stalactite cave in South Africa. We follow the red line to visit, no need to crawl forward, the whole journey takes more than an hour!