So cool! Taino rock art and beautiful views. Watch out for scary paths that could end you with a bad step. How did they draw on the walls!?
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Climb, spelunk, swim, and gaze. Do it all here....just try not to fall to your death or lose a kid down a hole that goes directly to the ocean water. This would ruin it for others. The ladder cave was the hi-light for me. Felt...More
Worth the walk up the coral rock but you have to watch for whole, some are big and you can fall in 25 feet. Its amazing inside the cave and the limestone rock that has red in an are with the water on it looks...More
Coming from the United States, Atlanta, Ga., this place is breath taking!! I couldn't stop taking pictures and ooooing and ahhhing. The views are spectacular!!! The caves were fun and beautiful!!! Don't ever ponder if you should and enjoy this marvel of life!!! Life is...More
I love this place! One of my favorites. True Taino culture and history here. Self-guided tour. Take as long as you want. See the cave and then enjoy some time capturing the breath taking waves of the Atlantic Ocean.
Beautiful views. Very windy up top. Watch your texting teenager because the holes are not marked on top of the cliff and they will walk right into one and plummet to their death . We loved the fact that you could roam as you please...More
When I got there, there was a local man stopped me from pulling the car in. He told me that the place is public and is illegal for anyone to charge for parking or entrance. I then patrked on a cross street about 30 meters...More
Beautiful place, we all loved it. Had 3 kids with me, aged 13,11,and 9. I wouldn't recommend very young children go, because of the sharp rock and height. We all loved it, and the history of the place was also amazing. If you climb down...More
Climbing to the top of the cliffs leads to terrific views of the bay behind and the ocean to the front. Can't comment on the cave. Ladder looked to be attached with a frayed rope. Even the teen with us didn't think it looked safe....More
The views are gorgeous, the hike is absolutely worth it but the whole time I'm trying to watch my own footing on the very uneven rocky surface and hold my 4 year old's hand so she doesn't go plunging to her death. My husband is...More