That village is so beautiful with paddy fields, greenery, water streams, fog and its surrounded by astonishing mountains, felt like staying there forever. We started our trek around 2 PM, it was raining and was not able to see anything in front of us due to fog, but the experience was awesome. It took 5 hrs to reach the caves in that weather.
Finally, we reached the caves by 9 PM, it was with full of trekkers and didn't find a place to sleep over there. However, our organizer found one small cave to rest for the night, but its enough for 6 people. It's seemed like some people were having dinner in another cave, once they left, rest of our team moved in for night stay. There is a family in one of the caves, who cooks and serves food for travelers. We ordered dinner for our group and it took 2 hrs for them to prepare dinner, but its good with a menu of Jawar roti (great millet, sorghum), aloo and mixed vegetable pickle. We had dinner and slept in that cave.