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Incirli Cave

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Incirli Cave

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Chewbecca wrote a review Sep 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
We went there today and it was closed!! Drove a long distance with 3 under 5's who were extremely excited to visit the cave only to find it locked up. There was a sign stating the times however, there was nowhere online to state the opening and closing times. So we did not know it was closed until we actually got there. I have attached a photo of the opening and closing times for other peoples convenience so they don't experience the disappointment we have had.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Bob S wrote a review Oct 2018
Nailsea99 contributions59 helpful votes
Visited this location whilst on walking holiday in North Cyprus. Small entrance and not suitable for anyone who is not comfortable with enclosed location. Would suggest going in with a guide (as we did) who knows the cave so you get the full story of its history. Very interesting
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Date of experience: October 2018
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ShaunMadden1977 wrote a review Jul 2018
89 contributions53 helpful votes
As with everything in TRNC, it's so cheap. Kids are basically free and the belediyesi charge practically nothing to get in. Friendly staff and refreshments available. The caves themselves are fantastic. Be careful though as you can really hurt yourself in there! Have fun!
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Date of experience: April 2018
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eshergirl wrote a review May 2017
Esher, United Kingdom45 contributions16 helpful votes
If you like caves, geology, rock formations you will love this unvisited and unspoilt place. Quite hard to find - you have to go through the village of Cinarli and then carry on beyond that - the road is quite rough in places. Make sure you check the opening times in advance as it is a long diversion if you arrive to find the cave is locked. Well lit for quite a distance once you are inside and although there is a path it is quite rough underfoot in places. 5 Turkish Lira entrance fee.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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StaffordshireTaff wrote a review Apr 2017
taff in staffs231 contributions69 helpful votes
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Quite difficult to find but well worth persevering.....the gypsum caves are a real wow!. The council official took our money...just 5TL each...just over £1 ! We followed him to a fig tree where, out of sight, was a door that he unlocked. Quite steep set of steps with a handrail into the caves. There is some lighting but the path is natural so it's uo and down, legs over outcrops etc. I needed my husband's hand for confidence! It's a marvellous place with stalgmites & tites, outcrops of gypsum that look like cauliflowers! It's fine to take photos with no flash. Outside there is a car park with toilets...steep climb to the entrance building where drinks are available. Picnic table if you take your own food.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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