Indigenous Legacy And Rainforest Waterfall Caves Adventure

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Bring sturdy shoes because we are going on a thrilling adventure through the heart of Puerto Rico's rich history and stunning landscapes. Discover the mystical beach caves once inhabited by the Taino Indians, filled with petroglyphs that have remained unchanged for centuries and a river cave in the heart of Puerto Rico. Be aware that the entrance of the taino cave may not be suitable for those with claustrophobia, but an instagrammable tour. Refuel with a taste of authentic Puerto Rican street food before setting off on the next adventure to Vega Baja, where you will hike through untouched jungle and swim through clear, cool, and pristine waters. After 15 minutes walking down to this cave, soak in the experience of crossing a waterfall in the first cave, a real hydrotherapy experience, and swimming through the second cave, a one-of-a-kind adventure. A moderate level of physical fitness is recommended to fully enjoy this unforgettable experience.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Exploradise PR

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We are going for street typical food like at arecibo food street and recharge energy for the charco azul adventure! The drive to Vega Baja caves let you appreciate mountain views before arrive.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Cueva del Indio

When you arrive we hike to the caves (bring sturdy shoes to walk on rocky surface). The entrance of the cave is not recommended for claustrophobic people. Is a little bit challenging and exciting at the same time, but with our instructions you will be able to get in. You will see more than 150 carvings of our ancestors in the stones for over hundreds of years ago. This cave looks from another world. After you go out of the cave, we hike to the seven arcs which offer stunning views of the sea. It's perfect for taking pictures with your friends and family!

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Vega Baja

This tour is to a rather undiscovered area of the island, far away from crowds and large groups of tourists. You'll hike through rivers, visit an underground cave, and get the chance to do some swimming. These mountains have been carved by river for millions of years creating all sorts of amazing rocks formations and caves.

Duration: 2 hour
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