A must see for history buffs. Great cave art, English speaking guides. Very inexpensive to do on your own.
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We had such a wonderful time on this excursion. Such a beautiful place. Our tour guide was very informative and patient. We had several older people in our group and inside the cave was very slippery at times. The drawing inside were cool. The iguanas...More
My husband and I visted La Cueva on 9/19/17 on the way to Punta Cana. The site was clean, attractive and safe. The tour lasted about an hour and was very inexpensive (less than 300 pesos for the two of us). The guide was friendly...More
Tired of the beaches? Or is the rain keeping you from going outside? This is a good alternative for those days when the weather isn't cooperating! While you still have to walk outside a bit to get to the cave, once your inside, you're good...More
I have no problem at all with the reservation, nor the transportation nor the tour guide, it was excellent..... however I wasnt told that we were going to make 3 extra stops to different hotels to pick up extra passengers and also on the way...More
They said "No cameras". Bad idea. Flash does nothing to the cave environment. People take pics in lots of caves. Carlsbad Caverns, Luray Caverns and Mammoth Cave to name a few. Pictures are good advertising. Our guide said if we wanted to take pictures a...More
It's definitely worth going here! It's one of the largest caves I've been to in the Dominican Republic and I've been to about 5 different. We had an English speaking guide included the entry price. There is also an iguana sanctuary to be found here...More