The cave is nice and an interesting place to know, I'm not sure how natural they are, but it worse. There's a restaurant and souvenirs shop. Pos available to pay the entrance ticket.
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The Hato cave gives an insight of the geology of caves and tells the story about slaves hiding from their owners. The tour is short and safe. Suitable for kids.
Nice side trip ,it's above ground wit 49 steps with handrails to enter. Not a hard climb at all Once inside there are fans and lights which helps the heat in the cave.It is worth the 9 dollar fee
We loved the tour of the caves. The guide was very knowledgable. The whole thing takes less than an hour and is right across from the airport so if you have a later flight you can do it right before you go to the airport.
Most caves go underground and are cold, but not this unique cave. You climb up and it's hot. It's really neat to see this cave as it's unlike any seen before. The tour guide was amazing and spoke a multitude of languages without a flinch.
This was one of the tours we went on with Scooby Tours chaperoned by the best guide Papi. This tour was very informative and the experience was great.
While the caves themselves weren't as impressive as some others I've visited, they had some unique points that make visiting them worth taking the time. The guide was pleasant and very informative. Not only did he talk about the caves themselves but the role they...More
Like many other caves there are stalagmites and stalactites, green algea when the lights are frequently on. It is more than dark when the lights are off. Nothing special, oh yes in the old times slaves lived here, but unfortunately no more information is given,...More
These caves are above ground and as a result they are very hot. I hav visited other caves around th eworld and Hato I would say is a bit ho hum