This tour includes a visit to a beach and secret waterfall in the rainforest along with a moderate-to-difficult hike, amazing views, authentic lunch, and exposure to some of the Puerto Rican culture.
Availability: Monday and Friday
Duration: About 6 hours
- Person Up to 6 People
- Group 7+ People | Per Person
Puerto Rico cave tour
Experience Beautiful Cueva Ventana and Cueva del Indio! The reserve has about eight arches formed by cemented dunes which captivate us with their scenic view and the Atlantic Ocean.
Cueva Ventana (“Window Cave”) was certified by the PR Tourism Company as an eco-tourist attraction for its environmental conservation practices. The Window Cave adventure from San Juan provides a private tour of the facilities, lasts 45 minutes and is composed of two caves, a walk through the forest and the view of the cave towards the valley.
The place has a period of the antiquity of 30 million years and has a secondary forest in the karstic zone. In the grounds, we can appreciate about 100 species of native and exotic trees, the place counts on a great diversity of animals and endemic species just to Puerto Rico.
In the cave, we can appreciate pictographs of our aborigines and petroglyphs with face formations, we have neighbors of the area with the characteristics of our Taino ancestors and here we can see their physical features.
It is impressive to see the communities of different species of bats and culminate with one of the best scenic views of Puerto Rico. At the end of the tour, we see a canyon, valley, the big river Arecibo and Zero Point which is the highest peak in Puerto Rico.
Book your tour and see the best caves in Puerto Rico!
- Entrance fee
- Bottle of water
- Best certified tour guides
- Photos taken by the tour guide
- Available 7 days a week.
- This tour requires a minimum of 4 people to go out.
- Pick-ups start at 12:30 p.m., returning at 5:30 p.m. approximately.
- Have a good breakfast before starting the tour.
- Intensity level: Moderate
- Dry fit clothes (no jeans)
- Tennis shoes that have a grip or hiking boots (recommended)