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Cuevas de Taulabe

| Orilla de Carretera a San Pedro Sula, Taulabe, Honduras
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“cool caves” (2 reviews)
“extreme tour” (2 reviews)
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| Orilla de Carretera a San Pedro Sula, Taulabe, Honduras
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Reviewed February 23, 2017

Very cool caves! The first 300 meters of the cave are well lit with paths and railings. For those looking for more of an adventure, try the extreme tour for an extra fee. You are given a helmet and flashlight since this part is not...More

1  Thank katiek0818
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Reviewed March 26, 2016 via mobile

Kids loved it. The trail is 300 meters long, well lit and good walkways. Definitely get a tour guide to get the full history of the cave. Well worth your time and it's not expensive.

1  Thank Arumman
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Reviewed January 28, 2016

Very nice, reasonable price, very safe, well designed but slippery in spots. The inside of the caves have paths and lighting, in spots it's a bit dark so bringing a light could help but not mandatory. There are guides available, I think it's best to...More

1  Thank ChrisZ-NYC
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Reviewed January 21, 2016

Cool caves with neat formations. A little easy to miss as it is literally right on the highway. You can pay for a guide or walk them yourself.

1  Thank ThatOneIowaGuy
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Reviewed August 5, 2015

worth a visit, reasonable entrance fee and knowledgeable guide. My wife and I have never been in caves before, so it was interesting. The caves are well-lit and there are well made paths, steps and handholds. There were a couple slippery spots, but that's to...More

Thank ChrisZ-NYC
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Reviewed July 27, 2014 via mobile

The cave at taulabe is amazing and the price is hard to beat. $4 for a foreigner. Great formations in the cave and good lighting. The trail is paved and is fairly easy. You can do the cave on your own but I would recommend...More

2  Thank Mark C
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Reviewed March 3, 2014

A lovely cave system about 20 minutes south of the lake (or nearly 1 hour, albeit scenic, from D&D Brewery). I love visiting these caves when heading south--especially since it's only $4 for foreigners. There's an "extreme tour" at the end which is good but...More

2  Thank VisitHonduras
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Reviewed January 14, 2014

We came to visit these caves from D&D Brewery and had to take 3 buses to get there (which took about an hour and a half) and the same back, so our 20 mins spent at the cave perhaps didn't justify all the travel time!...More

Thank Colite1990
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