Tunnel exploring is a medium risk activity. The same rules apply when visiting the Cango Caves.
Who may try?
The fit, agile and sure-footed persons wearing non-slip-slip footgear, who fully understands the tour is done at own risk.
Medical insurance/cover is essential.
Completed indemnity form
Who may not?
If you suffer from:
Respiratory disease (i.e. asthma)
Cardiac-related disease, muscular or skeletal problems or injuries
Any stage of pregnancy
Children under 7 years
Perons under the influence of alcohol or narcotics
Look at a standard man-hole cover which is 60cm in diameter.
Does your insurance cover special rescues?
All underground tunnel tours are closed during rain.
All underground tunnel tours are closed with rising water levels.
Helmets are supplied and to be worn throughout the tour.
No crocs or slip slops or open footgear.
No glass bottles.
No smoking or open fires in any confined space.
The client must realise that to participate in the tour requires a measure of physical fitness and health and they need to be surefooted and it is the client's obligation to ensure that he or she is medically fit to embark on the tour.
Book a place and experience the only tunnel adventure tour that takes you back into the past.