Me and my friends went here on a trip and it was so much fun! The cave is really cool and the tour guide gives you cool tips. Great place to explore!
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This place was a highlight of our trip.Even though I hate bats I did not freak out.Iguanas were fun add to the cave.Inside the caves were tons of art left behind by Native Americans .This cave is definitely not recommended for people with bad knees...More
We got very lucky to have a private tour. I was truly amazed by the beauty of these huge caves. This is a great tour for all ages. Easy access and well lit. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable & friendly.
Very beautiful place and great experience. I went with family and my kids, and it was very easy to walk and enjoy the place. The only down side is that you have to take the elevator if you have an stroller with you and sometimes...More
Must see! Very nice view beautiful place to take photos. Scenery is amazing and during a warm day it actually feels a bit cooler.
The caves were cool. Didn't like how the guy mentioned after we were already down there that rats may be running around (I'd deathly afraid of mice and rats). Every area you walk in automatically lights up which is cool but in some areas of...More
This wonderfull cave was prepared to be walked easily and with some modifications that may make you not so much happy if you love the nature. You have to go there and be the judge. But you have to recognize that these modifications make the...More
We discovered this on Google maps, it was only about a mile or so from our hotel. We took a taxi $30 for four of us and$10 entry fee with an English speaking guide. It costs a lot more as part of an organised trip....More
If you like caves you'll love this. We travelled independently in our hire car from Bavaro, 1 hour 20 mins. Beautifully lit and atmospheric. Cost DP300 pp- cheaper than dollars. Waited 10 mins for English speaking guide. Lots of steps down! No photography allowed.
The tour guide was funny, helpful and insightful. These caves were discovered around the 1940's and the government invested a lot of money to expand and make them accessible with even an elevator going down five levels. Beautiful rock formations but be careful, it's very...More