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In the heart of the Vercors region, explore this cave hidden within the magnificent Cirque of Choranche. Let yourself drift... The waters of the underground lakes and rivers flood the crystal whiteness of the rock formations with emerald green...more
This place is unimaginably good!
The tour was very well conducted, some in English, but the translated guide sheet is all you really need to know.
The caverns are just spectacular. I’ll not spoil it by giving away what they show you, but just to...More
Date of experience: August 2018
Laurent G, Gérant at Grotte de Choranche, responded to this reviewResponded 27 August 2018
Plenty to see, natural features presented with lighting, easily accessible (but stairs to the cathedral cave) son et lumieres 5 minute show brings the place alive in darkness, and the blind white salamanders displayed in cave add to the wonder
We went here with a six and three year old and a five month pregnant lady. So it was not at all strenuous for them although I did end up carrying the youngest for a bit. My other half thinks it is a little more...More
A wonderful and unique experience! These caves are beautiful, well maintained, and the lightening made it magical. The tour was all in French which was hard for those who don't speak the language but we were with some French speaker friends who helped translate. The...More
When in The Vercors this has to go top of the list.It is simply a wonder of nature very carefully managed.The stalagmites are amazing but truly awesome are the stalactites suspended like intricate lacework from the ceiling.There are underground rivers and lakes to circumnavigate and...More
the tour was meant to be only in French but as there were only six of us on the tour and only two French the guide gave a bilingual tour. The place is stunning and the light show near the end well worth the walk...More
If you are in the neighbourhood (and I would stretch the meaning of that as much as possible) you must go see this cave. Its tubular stalactites are very beautiful and the show in the "cathedral" is quite nice too.
This beautiful cave is very suitable for families with young children and old folks too. It is very well organised and each group departing with a schedule timing which makes it enjoyable and easy for the guide to explain to the group. The only downside...More