I hate air conditioning- by the time you walk to the caves the water will feel good - wet, slightly cool but not cold by any means. Same for inside the caves. I can't imagine wearing a wetsuit. We went in Sept but don't think it will be much different any other time
others may be able to provide more info about other times of year.
#20735 - 03/19/0611:09 PMRe: staying warm while tubing
I went in February and wasn't cold at all although being extremely prone to getting cold (see previous posts of mine about diving). The river was running fast so we were only in the water for about 45 minutes though, so maybe that was it? It was nice and I just wore a swimsuit and pair of nylon shorts.
#20740 - 03/21/0603:57 PMRe: staying warm while tubing
Wear a shorty wet-suit if you are doing the all day tubing at Jaguar Paw. Shorter trips have you in and out of the water oftenenough that you do not get too cold. Favorite cave trip- Ian Anderson's River of Caves - you are in and out of water there too and tend to have a chance to warm up.