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Located at Arecibo, the Cueva del Indio is an area where the Taino Indians held tribal meetings and made numerous carvings in the walls of these natural limestone caves. To get to the impressive location there is a bit of a hike. Once you get...more
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If you go to the right, there is a nice view of the 7 natural arches and the Christopher Columbus monument to the East. To the left, is the cave. Be careful as there are unmarked vertical holes down into the cave. Entry fee was...More
We visited Cueva del Indio as an excursion from a cruise ship docked in Old San Juan. We rented a car and drove to Arecibo, which took about an hour. Be careful because the road along the coast (681) from Barceloneta was closed for construction....More
Great place to walk and explore. The views are amazing! We had 8 in our group including a 10 year old. I would recommend wearing something stronger than flip flops, although we hiked it with flip flops.
This is a must see stop.
Amazing place! IDK how anyone could give a bad review. As a 57 year old woman taking a 10 year old grandson on holiday it was quite the amazing adventure. The edge of the cliff in the 20mph wind gusts were quite a bit unnerving...More
This was such a cool experience, it was only $5 to basically park and the guide only walks in with you a few yards to tell you about the cueva. It is basically a "enter at your own risk" kind of place which is the...More
We where a group of 40 some people and paid about $115 to see de cavern. This place has no security whatsoever. There was no other way to climb down to that cave, that wasn't your own feet and hands. No security measures preventing falls....More