BLOG CANGO CAVES So I went to visit the Cango Caves as part of my Garden Route road trip. The caves are a bit off the garden route it self, about 2hours drive from the N2, so its way better to spend a night in the towns close by. I had booked at Oudtshoorn just so that I can be closer to the Cango Caves. It took me only 30min to get there and the scenery was just breath taking. So peaceful! And I guess I chose the best time to visit, the sun shine enhancing my pictures, lol. Just had to stop for a picture. ….Or two… There are two types of tours. The heritage tour is 60min long and its all about the history of the caves and costs R110(at the time of my visit). The Adventure tour is 90min long and costs R165 ( at the time of my visit). When I got to the ticket office, the Adventure Tour tickets were sold out for the next 2 tours. The next available tickets were after 2 hours. Well the wait was worth it. Since the Adventure tour includes crawling, sliding and rock climbing, its best to change to something more comfortable. It has four tunnels that you need to go through. First, you go up the Devil’s Chimney and the walk through the tunnel of love sideways. From there on it gets more difficult. There’s one where you only use your legs to push yourself up. There’s no place to hold on to. And the last one you need to slide down, head first and make sure your hands touch the floor first to prevent your head from bumping onto the floor. After the Adventure tour I felt so fulfilled and proud of myself. I’m a hero. 1 Author engagedt Related Posts Believe that Santorini hype April 9, 2019 Kalambaka-Greece Day 3&4 April 4, 2019 Munich-Germany, Day 1&2 April 1, 2019 1 Comment Mncedisi Mthethwa 3 years ago Reply I love it. Well done girl. More trips coming Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.