Texas is home to many tourists attractions, one of them being the Natural Bridge Caverns. Located in San Antonio, these underground caverns are made up of formations created by just water and time!
When you first walk in, you’re surrounded by many trees and flowers. It’s a very beautiful site to see. Soon after following the green arrows to the start of the tour, you’re met with the cave entrance.
Walking in, it’s very wet and humid. According to the tour guide, it was about 75° with a 99% chance of humidity; obviously, my hair did not survive the trip, but it was more than worth it!
Inside the caverns, you aren’t allowed to touch any of the rock formations; this is because of that fact that our hands carry a lot of oils and could actually end up ruining them. However, everyone seemed more than content just being able to gaze at the beauty of the cave.
The walk through is about a mile long, and yes I know that seems like a lot, but honestly you don’t even realize the distance.
Overall, the Natural Bridge Caverns is an awesome place to visit and something I would highly recommend to anyone thinking about coming to Texas!