There is a world beneath the tropical landscape of the Sunshine State that is begging to be explored. Florida Caverns State Park near Tallahassee makes for an exciting underground adventure, and it even hides a secret rainbow world.
The underground LED light show was temporarily suspended due to Hurricane Micheal knocking out the cave's electrical system.
What are the tours really like?
The new lighting setup will also allow visitors to see the beauty of the caverns without having to bring a flashlight.
You'll get training on how to navigate the cave system safely before entering the cool 65-degree caverns.
Being underground, the caves are dimly lit, and the park cautions visitors to be careful while inside.
What's inside the cavern?
While you're in the cavern, you may encounter some wildlife that makes their home here.
Animals such as bats, salamanders, and cave crickets will be enjoying the light show along with you.
With the rainbow light show back in swing, now is a great time to plan a weekend trip to Florida's glowing underworld.
Rainbow Light Show at Florida Caverns State Park
Price: $5 per vehicle; $10.75 per adult for the tour
Address: 3345 Caverns Rd., Marianna, FL
Why You Need To Go: You'll be transported into an underground rainbow world at this gorgeous state park.
Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.