Very warm when we were walking around with limited shade but we found a way to cool down near the ocean. Very cool rock formations and gushing water and huge waves.
I have seen many caves in many different parts of the world. This one ranks among the most interesting in terms of variety of formations, and history. Out guide had a great sense of humor as well as being knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and informative. Be aware, however, that access is up a relatively steep staircase, the inside of the cave will... More
One of our ports of call on our recent Caribbean cruise was Curacao and we went on an excursion that took us to Hato Caves. There are 50 steps to get up to the caves - yes, up as the caves are above ground. The temperature in the caves in hot and humid, there are fans placed around the area... More
Five of my friends and I cruised aboard the Crown Princess, from Miami to Aruba, and ported for a day in Curacao. We all signed up for the Willemstad Walking Tour and Hato Caves, and were very happy we did! Although we expected the temperature to be cool in the caves, we were surprised to find it warm and humid.... More
The Hato Caves are amazing. There are 50 steps that you need to climb and is a fairly easy climb going up but coming down you need to watch where you step. Several people wore flips but we wore tennis shoes. There were puddles of water inside the caves and it was easier to walk with the tennis shoes. The... More
These caves are the most commercial of all the caves on the island. They will take you on a guided tour, and show you around the caves and give you a rich history. But, beware... it's not nice and cool in those caves... it's HOT! Steamy place to be. Also, be sure to tip your tour guide!
Great to visit a nice cave and the tour was great, they called a German speaking tour guide for us which was a nice bonus....
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