Ian Anderson's Caves Branch Adventure Camp is sensational. They do the adventure part really well, and with great concern for safety. We went on a sissy-cave trip (fabulous - "River of Caves" in their Brochure)....... for five cavers there were two guides. They carried all the right gear for emergencies. Also they brought along a really healthy and yummy lunch (served in the dark innards of the cave on a white tablecloth spread in the mud - it was soooooo cool and so welcome after paddling our tube and hiking and climbing). I did some extreme caving once (that was enough to alert me to my mortality) - including rapelling into a hole, spending hours supended over crevases traversing them in three-point contact mode - crawling through spaces so small we had to exhale to get around obstacles...... etc. - only afterwards did I appreciate the incredible risks involved, and the number of bruises a body can sustain!
Ian Anderson's has the right knowledge and right attitude to get you in and get you out in one piece.
The Jungle Cabana, with sitting room is just wonderful.
And their food ------ abundant and fabulous.
No pool. Nothing really to "do" once back in camp. If you are not into the "black hole drop" with your boyfriend, Cave's Branch offers some awesome "easy" adventures. You can do those whilst boyfriend earns his brass
....... well you know.
GO THERE - and enjoy!!!!!!!!!