The tour of these caves consists of two parts. First is a very nice, basic, stalactite/stalagmite series of chambers. These are modest in scale -- no huge structures, but very beautiful in a fairy-landish sort of way. Second, and not physically connected with the first, is a series of chambers that starts out with a basic cave experience but then features wondrous views of very fine cave art dating back 25,000 to 30,000 years. This is apparently one of the less touristed cave sites in the area, but some listings identify it as among the most significant My uneducated guess is that some of the other sites have more paintings, but that these are particularly notable. In any event, it was truly great to see them. Also, the tour guide was phenomenal. She did a wonderful job of presenting the material, answering questions, and inviting dialogue, and she obviously has a deep knowledge of the relevant subject matter. (We were the only non-French people in a group of seven. The guide could have done the tour in French and English, but we asked her not to bother with the English -- though we understood less than half of the presentation.)
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