from the entrance, the staff, the cave and everything is great. I definitely recommend it to everybody.
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Absolutely amazing! So glad we took this tour. Very close to the Bahia Hotel in La Romana. Very informative tour guide takes you through the jungle which at one time was a living coral reef under the sea. Then down you go by stairs into...More
It was a little confusing where to pay - so we just wandered in and assumed we could look around. WRONG. You have to pay and be accompanied by a tour guide so we just joined another group. There are no photos allowed for some...More
I have been in other caves before but this one is not a tight cave to see like others. There are many steps to go down. The tour guide was very good. It is interesting and very pretty. I am not sure about the ancient...More
We were pleasantly surprised by the entire facility. This was a Carnival cruise tour (I saw the price of the tour was quite a bit more than the small entrance fee if you're traveling locally). The caves were beautiful with many unique features. The entire...More
Nadia our guide was very informative, enthusiastic and a warm friendly person, my partner and I had a guide all to ourselves, we was lucky enough to be there with no other visitors. The tour took about 45 minuets and I think was worth the...More
Amazing visit, over my expectation, very cultural visit, you will know about Indian culture, Dominican geographical aspect history, very well guided, great tour and place to visit! The tour it takes about 2 hour and half hour.
“Cave of Wonders” is a very apt name for these beautiful caves. Of the 800 meters of cave, 240 meters are open to the public. The rest has been left in its natural state so as not to disturb the environment of the various species...More
We travelled here by private motor us from Bavaro ($500 usd for the entire day, included a guide who spoke English, and a private can that took us to Cueva de las Maravillas, Santo Domingo and Tres Ojos park, including lunch for all 4 of...More
First advice: Pay with dominican pesos, not with US dollars. Ratio is quite nonsense. Tour was very interesting, we saw lot of paintings, some bats, there is very nice lighting so you can see details of cave. After you finish cave tour you will see...More