Caves and Karst Region Tour with private guide
This is a set of two different destinations departing from San Juan all the way through the north coast of the island of enchantement Puerto Rico. Choose between The Arecibo Observatory, The Window Cave, The Rio Camuy Caves park or Cueva del Indio.
Karst Region is the third largest region on the island and is located between the municipalities of Loiza and Arecibo. Arecibo is the islands largest city and is located 50 miles west from San Juan.
We'll first meet up in the metropolitan area and drive all the way to the northwest coast. From here we explore different caves, sinkholes and/or beach areas.
Puerto Rico has the third largest Cave System in the world and the only one that has an underground river passing right underneath more than 300 ft below. This Topographic Limestone formations were formed underwater millions of years ago and gave birth to one of the most exciting places in the world.
You can choose between 2 destinations including "Cueva del indio, Cueva Ventana or Arecibo Observatory and The Rio Camuy Caves Park"
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Any hotel in the metropolitan San Juan area I could have a sign with me if needed. "Customers staying outside of the metropolitan San Juan area must contact me before booking their tours since price could change"
End location: Any place of your choosing: Your centrally located San Juan hotel, restaurants close to your hotel, Mayor Plazas etc.
Duration: 8 hours
There is one and a half hours distance approximately from San Juan (Metropolitan area) to the first destination in the northwest.
14 Passenger Ford 350 Econoline Van that has all the permits of the Tourism Company of Puerto Rico
Estimated Local Cash Needed
3 $40 - Per person between Entrance fees and Local restaurant.
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Hector picked us up (8 of us) at 8am and we started our day - headed out of San Juan and toward our cave tour. We all peppered Hector with questions and he was a wealth of knowledge. After the Cave tour we went to a fabulous restaurant on the water and then was treated to a unique beach for a swim and exploring. We never felt rushed and was repeatedly told that it was our day and that he wanted us to have many opportunities to explore different parts of the island. It was a great day....