On the way towards the caves you will find many stalls selling junk jewellery, carved marble statues, stones, paintings, and bags.
Entry ticket to the caves is INR 15. Standing near the ticket counter, left turn takes you to the lake and right turn takes you to the place where two grand cannons are placed. These places can be visited after exploring the caves. Hiring local guide would cost you about INR 100 per person. Make sure that you hire a guide as there is not much information shared in form of billboards near the caves. Authorised guides charge you INR 1500 for same information.
The cave has majestic carvings and statues partially destroyed by the Portuguese. At the entrance there is a statue of Shiva and Paravati portraying a dance competition scenario. Moving ahead you can see Shiv Linga that has four entrance and is guarded by two guards on each door. Making of the crowns of each guard is unique. Tourists are not allowed to offer milk or water on the Linga. The temple is open for offerings only during MahaShivratri.
Moving ahead you can see the marriage ceremony of Shiva and Parvati with statues of other Gods and Goddesses showering their blessings.
A huge statue called Yogeshwar is also magnificent as it is displays Shiva performing Yogasana.
The cave is built on 49 pillars and are aligned perfectly if seen from any angle.