I'll give you a wee guided tour of what happens at the Jeita Caves:-
(1) You hop on a gondola and go up the valley, then disembark
There are 2 Jeita Caves you can visit:-
(1) The upper gallery can be seen on foot via a lovely concrete path with extremely slippery steps, stalagmites and stalactites are lit with light from behind. It's ok, but kinda like a procession of people going through all in a line.
(2) The cave is AWESOME!!! You go through it in boats of ~10 people and it is sooo silent and eerie, with the lights underwater and behind the natural sculptures. According to our boat guide this cave is only open to the public during summer.
A shame that you can't take photos inside the caves. I know that flash photography fades pigments in old drawing and painting, but come on, this is a cave full of stalactites and stalagmites.
And you can't even sneak a cellphone pic - must hand in all cameras/video cameras/cellphones. They put them in a locker and give you the key.
So if you want a picture to remember your visit, the only thing one can do is to go to the gift shop and buy some overpriced postcards or a CD. Oh well, I hope that the money is circulated back into the upkeep and preservation of the caves.