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A Trip To Indian Echo Caverns

This visit is actually a part of my travel to Hershey, Pennsylvania. When I 1st arrived in Hershey, I unfortunately had a delay in my hotel check in. So, I decided to start visiting attractions earlier than planned. It wasn’t ideal, but it had to be done, or my family and I would have just been wandering around like zombie tourists… thanks hotel that shall not be named in this article. Since I was going to visit attractions earlier than planned, I decided to drive to Indian Echo Caverns, which is in Hummelstown, PA, and not that far from Hershey. If I’m not mistaken, it’s probably not even a 10 minute drive away from the Hershey township.

Indian Echo Caverns

Indian Echo Caverns

Indian Echo Caverns entrance

Indian Echo Caverns

Our visit to Indian Echo did not disappoint. There’s a guided tour and the guides are very educated in the history of the caverns. They’ll take you on a safe tour you and show you everything the caverns contain. They give you plenty of opportunity to take pictures and video, and you can ask as many questions about the caverns you like.

The tour itself last about 45 minutes. Just be sure to have a light jacket on the ready if you get cold quickly because you will be inside the caverns which is underground. I believe the temperature will be around 65 degrees. It could be lower if you decide to visit after the summer months, I cant right say because I’ve not been there during any other time. Take a look at what the caverns have to offer!

Indian Echo Caverns shopping store

Although the Indian Echo Caverns visit is guided and kind of brief, I totally recommend visiting the caverns. That is,if you are in the Hershey area. You can’t beat the price and you get to see beauty as nature intended it to be! Stay tuned for my next Pennsylvania visit… coming soon!