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Cueva Ventana - Window Cave Tour

Quick Details

Adult 12 Years and Up
Child 5-11 years
Private Tour Up to 6 people

Tour Beautiful Cueva Ventana

Want to visit the iconic Cueva Ventana (Window Cave) during your stay in Puerto Rico? We offer two amazing tours! We offer a shared tour as well as an exclusive private experience where you visit the Window Cave and learn all about its formation and wildlife.  Check out the details below!

Window Cave Tour Details:

The Cueva Ventana Tour is a unique, ecologically oriented experience. A 20-minute medium to medium low-intensity hike takes you to discover a live cave that leads you to witness the most exhilarating and breathtaking panoramic view of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. During the hike, our bilingual Environmental Interpreters introduce you in a very entertaining and educational way to our Pre-Colombian Taíno culture as well as our native flora and fauna. Once inside the cave, you learn about our resident bat population and our non-poisonous giant spider, which is typical of this cave!

Window Tour with Observatory Details:

During this hike, your bilingual guides introduce you, in a very entertaining and educational way, to our Pre-Colombian Taíno culture on the way to Window Cave. There is a short rappel to get into the cave (tennis shoes are recommended). Once inside the cave, our visitors learn about our resident bat population and our nonpoisonous giant spider typical of this cave. You also participate in our conservation project to minimize human impact on this population of delicate animals. See the geological formations of a karst cave like Cueva Ventana and discover the Taíno culture petroglyphs and stone engravings. After the Window Cave, we make a stop for lunch (not included in the price)

Then continue your adventure to the Arecibo Observatory, which is the world’s second-largest single-dish radio telescope. At the Observatory, they study the close flyby of Earth by asteroids. The antenna structures can be moved in any direction, making it possible to track a celestial object in different regions of the sky. Besides its scientific work, Arecibo is known for being the location of a climactic fight in Goldeneye, a 1995 James Bond film, and the movie Contact!