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An adventure you'll enjoy and will not forget. So if your in the area you can visit cueva ventana, its a blast (if you like the adventure). You will be guided in a route living an awesome experience through land and some water. An experience...More
A nice stop on our PR trip. Was open on Christmas day. We (2 adults, a 10 yo and a 7yo) joined the cave tour. Two caves with some nice views from the 2nd cave "window".
All in all it was ok. Not the most...More
We did not plan in advance; just drove on the same day, bought tickets from the cuevaventanapr.com counter ($19/per person) and just walked up for a great guided tour. There is a lot of see and experience this natural beauty. Make sure to wear shoes...More
Window’s cave adventures is an excellent way to see caves and breathtaking view. The hike is short and sweet. However, hike may be prolonged if there’s people with limited mobility in the group. The cave is an amazing opportunity to see the caves, hieroglyphics and...More
My family of 4 visited since it was a to do in the area and we were staying close by. My 11 and 14 year old did not enjoy visiting the cave. We did learn some interesting stuff and the guide did a great job....More
This was a great surprise because it has revolved over the year and a man here explained how, when and why... videos on my Facebook - Upekkhapr Sylvia Fernandez of today Dec 21, 2018. It opens from 10-4:30pm and has night tours when booked in...More
My brother and I enjoyed our tour here. Carlos was our guide - and he kept everyone entertained and laughing the whole time! Cracking jokes, providing information about the plants and animals of the forest and caves. He pointed out the morivivi, the Puerto Rican...More
Response from carlostravels2018 | Reviewed this property |
Hey Mara, both caves are pretty open as far as spacing. Lighting is either provided for you or has enough natural light that you can see. Never will they have a fear of the dark I believe, simply because of the amount of... More
Hey Mara, both caves are pretty open as far as spacing. Lighting is either provided for you or has enough natural light that you can see. Never will they have a fear of the dark I believe, simply because of the amount of people in each tour (about 10-20) plus 2 tour guides who are talking and guiding the entire time and the amount of light shed as well. I believe they should be fine. Even if you opt out of doing the darker cave, just going to the one with natural light in it is well worth it. The hike is easy to moderate with some elevation change, gradual for the most part but some steep parts where they actually will help you if you need help. Have fun!
Response from Maribel R | Reviewed this property |
Hola, te recomiendo que vayas con el crucero. Es un poco lejos y si te demoras, el crucero no te espera. Sin embargo, si la excursion es auspiciada por el crucero, entonces si esperan si hay demora. No te pierdas la cueva... More
Hola, te recomiendo que vayas con el crucero. Es un poco lejos y si te demoras, el crucero no te espera. Sin embargo, si la excursion es auspiciada por el crucero, entonces si esperan si hay demora. No te pierdas la cueva! Es una gran experencia. Buena suerte!
Camuy Caves/Arecibo, Cueva Ventana, and what else in 1 day? (8 Replies)
Hello, I plan on leaving my hotel in Condado at around 7:30AM and will be driving to Camuy, Arecibo Observatory, and Cueva Ventana. I don't see these 3 attractions taking more than 4 or 5 hours (plus around 2 hours or driving). Can anyone suggest other things to do in that area? Thanks!
September 23, 2013|
Arecibo lighthouse. Have lunch in Salitre.
Lake Mary, Florida
Arecibo w/kids day trip, top picks? (10 Replies)
If we choose to drive towards Arecibo from Bayamon there seems to be a lot of options and I don't know what's really worth stopping for - certainly don't think I can do them all in one day - so here's the list, please help me choose! Vega Baja beach Cueva del Indio Arecibo Lighthouse, and the beach Pozo del Obispo right next to it Arecibo Observatory Cueva Ventana Rio Camuy Caves Lagos Dos Bocas I know some of these aren't as kid friendly, so I'm thinking about...More
July 17, 2014|
Vega Baja beach is good for kids (as long as the waves are not coming over the top). Arecibo Lighthouse the kids will like, but adults may find it a bit cheesy. Skip Dos Bocas. Kids would be bored to death at Observatory. Cueva del Indio is great but not with kids. Adults can switch out waiting at the car with the kids. Rio Camuy Caves are ok with kids (as long as it is not a summer day , weekend or holiday).
Caves on the West Side (3 Replies)
While traveling towards Isabele (and staying a few nights) we want to visit a few caves. I have already crossed a few off the list due to some of the comments/reviews here on TA (such as Cueva del Indio) and have it narrowed down to: -Cueva Ventana- this is open on 12/25 so that is a plus as we will be driving to Isabela that day and there are limited things open/available. -Rio Camuy (will call, but have a feeling that it might be crowded over the weekend) -Cave of the Wind in the...More
December 17, 2015|
Rio Camuy is a must do., the thing is monstrous. Largest stalagmite in the world. Remember to get there early. When you get your tickets, tell them you want to be on an English tour. They will tell you where to go.