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Jumandi Caves

A 2 Km de Archidona | Sobre la Ruta Camino a Quito, Tena 150150, Ecuador
+593 99 595 4413
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Jumandy Cave very mistic and special place

Jumandy Caverns are yellow rocks, where you can see fantastic figures with a natural formation of... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
PINGUI125
fun but not a must do

Entrance with a compulsory guide costs $3 per person but $15 minimum. No cameras allowed, not... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
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A 2 Km de Archidona | Sobre la Ruta Camino a Quito, Tena 150150, Ecuador
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Jumandy Caverns are yellow rocks, where you can see fantastic figures with a natural formation of porous limestone. Is a mysterious attraction in the park. The tour inside takes approximately five hours, where you can see underground streams and the walls and lying petrified by...More

Thank PINGUI125
Reviewed 30 April 2017

Entrance with a compulsory guide costs $3 per person but $15 minimum. No cameras allowed, not even without flash or water-proof. The only thing that is included are non-waterproof head lamps and the ability to store your belongings in an open box in a nearby...More

Thank Andy z
Reviewed 8 February 2017 via mobile

English/Deutsch/Castellano The caves of Jumandy are located about an 1hr/bus or 20mins/Taxi ($6) outside of Tena. Entry is $3 for the 1hour tour and $1 for boots. Be aware you will get wet! The caves are filled with water and at some point you might...More

2  Thank Windfahrt
Reviewed 13 January 2017

I came here with some friends, and we had a lot of fun! There were some cool formations, and the guide was nice and knowledgable. You will get wet though, so prepare for that! Really cool swimming at the end near a waterfall. For the...More

1  Thank Hanna V
Reviewed 5 January 2017

The caves are interesting, and the guide is knowledgeable. You get a chance to go under a "healing" waterfall, touch a fertility rock, and see some bats. The view climbing out is also breathtaking. Expect to get VERY WET! The complex and pools surrounding the...More

1  Thank Travelerchic123
Reviewed 24 October 2016 via mobile

I went to Cavernas many years ago when everything was natural and gorgeous, now the pool complex it's naaasty and dirty, the attention is so rude and they charge you for everything. The place it's completely destroyed, such a poor managing. I do not recommend...More

1  Thank Karla A
Reviewed 19 July 2016

If you have seen a few caves before with pristine formations then this one will be a let down. Because there were only two of us we had to pay the entire $15 tour fee. That was not worth it. It has a big ugly...More

1  Thank Philip6411
Reviewed 4 July 2016

First and foremost for the 5$ it cost to take the tour it is a great price! The caves are fun with some interesting creatures inside, has a cool part you can swim/use a rope to cross where the water gets deeper. It has a...More

1  Thank Foreginer B
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Reviewed 31 May 2016 via mobile

To get there, you should take a taxi (7$ for the ride) because it's a little bit out of town. The site itself is not well maintained (the slides, the pool, etc) and you have to pay 2 or 3$ just to enter. You need...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 31 May 2016 via mobile

I went to this cave many years ago when there was still mud in it and that was one of the main reasons i was looking forward to go. Now because of bad management the cave lost its mud and now frankly it was like...More

Thank Diana C
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