Cueva de la Mora
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nrw38
By nrw38
Danger Alert: Cave Appears Unstable / Inaccessible
Apr 2018
I attempted to travel this cave with my boyfriend using the help of a local to find the entrance. The entrance off the highway is marked with pink ribbon and some pins in the trees. Across the highway is a muddy looking area where people pull off of the road to park. Since Hurricane Maria, it appears that the trail is no longer clear to the cave. And the markers that were supposed to be there are not there. There are lots of downed trees and debris in the woods. Using gps grid coordinates, we traveled up the mountain by foot for a ways but had to maneuver through dense woods, tons of thick spider webs, vines, bees, rocks, and around fallen trees. I even got caught on barbed wire that was in a concrete post in the woods that ripped my flannel shirt and punched a hole through my hiking pants. I had to throw away the shirt after the trip because it was ripped pretty bad. We found two areas with large rocks that appeared to be openings that were covered with debris. I believe those are the cave openings but they were completely caved in. We opted to turn around and leave as a result. We spent maybe 2 - 2.5 hours in the woods in total just to give you an idea. A lot of that time was safely decscending down the mountain or trying to get through the dense bushes. And note we wore heavy pants, long sleeves, hats, heavy duty hiking boots, had our packs, to include helmets, light sources, water, some basic survival gear, etc. Weve done a decent amount of caving and a lot of hiking before so we take safety seriously- this is why I am making this post to warn others. The cave and the trail appears to be way too unsafe for anyone to access at this point. I am baffled because we were told that the cave was open and we could go ahead no problem. Honestly my boyfriend and I are in decent shape but the hike is way too hard right now for others especially because you will have to cut through the woods with probably a machete or something like that. It is also unclear about the structural soundness of the cave at this point and potential exposure to dangerous gases, bacteria / fungus, wildlife, or other problems with the cave. So the cave appears to dangerous at this point. Note from the research I found and information told to me about this cave, this cave has 3 entrances. 1. Vertical entrance that requires rappel equipment 2. A belly crawl entrance 3. A walk in entrance. I still would not recommend going in because of the potentially shifted rocks, respiratory hazard, unknown wildlife, and debris. If there is a local grotto or speleogical society it would be better for them to have the cave checked out before going inside. I would not even recommend locals to go inside either. The structural integrity of the area and cave needs to be checked out and analyzed. This cave / area appears to pose a significant hazard (potentially life threatening) at this point-so please be advised.

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Peggy P
Inver Grove Heights, MN131 contributions
Oct 2018 • Business
Fabulous food, great service! Had the best coconut mojito ever - super creamy and so delicious!! The calamari appetizer was excellent! Had the fish tacos and loved them!
Written 25 October 2018
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nrw38
Tampa, FL41 contributions
Apr 2018 • Couples
I attempted to travel this cave with my boyfriend using the help of a local to find the entrance. The entrance off the highway is marked with pink ribbon and some pins in the trees. Across the highway is a muddy looking area where people pull off of the road to park. Since Hurricane Maria, it appears that the trail is no longer clear to the cave. And the markers that were supposed to be there are not there. There are lots of downed trees and debris in the woods. Using gps grid coordinates, we traveled up the mountain by foot for a ways but had to maneuver through dense woods, tons of thick spider webs, vines, bees, rocks, and around fallen trees. I even got caught on barbed wire that was in a concrete post in the woods that ripped my flannel shirt and punched a hole through my hiking pants. I had to throw away the shirt after the trip because it was ripped pretty bad.

We found two areas with large rocks that appeared to be openings that were covered with debris. I believe those are the cave openings but they were completely caved in. We opted to turn around and leave as a result. We spent maybe 2 - 2.5 hours in the woods in total just to give you an idea. A lot of that time was safely decscending down the mountain or trying to get through the dense bushes. And note we wore heavy pants, long sleeves, hats, heavy duty hiking boots, had our packs, to include helmets, light sources, water, some basic survival gear, etc. Weve done a decent amount of caving and a lot of hiking before so we take safety seriously- this is why I am making this post to warn others.

The cave and the trail appears to be way too unsafe for anyone to access at this point. I am baffled because we were told that the cave was open and we could go ahead no problem. Honestly my boyfriend and I are in decent shape but the hike is way too hard right now for others especially because you will have to cut through the woods with probably a machete or something like that. It is also unclear about the structural soundness of the cave at this point and potential exposure to dangerous gases, bacteria / fungus, wildlife, or other problems with the cave. So the cave appears to dangerous at this point.

Note from the research I found and information told to me about this cave, this cave has 3 entrances. 1. Vertical entrance that requires rappel equipment 2. A belly crawl entrance 3. A walk in entrance. I still would not recommend going in because of the potentially shifted rocks, respiratory hazard, unknown wildlife, and debris. If there is a local grotto or speleogical society it would be better for them to have the cave checked out before going inside. I would not even recommend locals to go inside either. The structural integrity of the area and cave needs to be checked out and analyzed. This cave / area appears to pose a significant hazard (potentially life threatening) at this point-so please be advised.
Written 30 April 2018
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Jeam P Gonzalez
Puerto Rico64 contributions
Jan 2017
It has over 100,000 of bats inside and the cave its big as a building. Takes maybe 30 or 40 minutes on the mountain but is one of the most amazing caves on Puerto Rico. Recommended
Written 4 January 2017
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