Lucas caves is one of the many cave formations that formed the Jenolan Caves and it was here where I took these photos. We were about 50 people in a tour group scheduled for the 2.30 pm tour.
First, we accessed the caves through narrow openings, winding, quite long in distance and inclined approximately to 45 degrees. We were relieved when we reached the first big chamber. It was a huge open space. From here we got the first lecture from our tour guide of what we are in and looking at, how it was formed.
He also showed us how wonderful a music is when played inside this chamber and we were all surprised and awed at the lovely sound reverberating on the rocks as it fills up the chamber where we were.
The next thing he showed us was a “total darkness”. He switched off all the lights leaving our eyes to wander into the darkness for about ten minutes just to experience how it feels and being in absolute darkness.
There were more caves and chambers as we went along our tour, all great and wonderful. You can just imagine how much time nature carved out all these formations in such caves in total array of perfection. You'll only be amazed and wonder ... appreciate their greatness!
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