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Located at Arecibo, the Cueva del Indio is an area where the Taino Indians held tribal meetings and made numerous carvings in the walls of these natural limestone caves. To get to the impressive location there is a bit of a hike. Once you get...more
All reviews wooden ladder per person amazing views be careful cueva del indio puerto rico sharp rocks secluded beach the cliff parking lot waves crashing private property no flip flops pirates of the caribbean off the beaten path rock formations parking fee
First of all, Carlos and the guys working the gate are AWESOME. It’s $5 entry fee. They sell $1 waters and $2 piraguas (AKA snow cones). The views are BREATHTAKING!
make sure you wear close toed shoes because the terrain is rocky.
The first and most important thing to mention is go in a sunny day ONLY!!! It makes a huge different in the color of the water and the views if there is sun. BRING SNEAKERS IS A MUST! the cost is 5 dollars to go...More
La Cueva del Indio is fairly far off the beaten path near the town of Arecibo, Puerto Rico. Driving into the obscure lot behind an abandoned building, the lone guy under a portable canopy taking $5 per person may give the appearance of a scam....More
We drove up to La Cueva del Indio as a way to kill time before our flight left in the afternoon, and WOW were we shocked! This was definitely one of our favorite activities we did in Puerto Rico.
To start, it is $5 per...More
Amazing views of the ocean and rock formations. Easy to climb and navigate. Did not try to squeeze through passage to enter down in the cave. Stayed about 2 hours. Cost $5 per person (not per car)!! Port-a-potties available at entrance.