Cavernas De Camuy
About Cavernas De Camuy, Quebrada
Overview of Cavernas De Camuy
Check out detailed information of Cavernas De Camuy which resides in the Quebrada. Don't expect lot of visitors to Cavernas De Camuy since it is not a popular tourist spot in Quebrada.
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Getting around Cavernas De Camuy, Quebrada
Suggested transit method is Taxi. The distance between the points being 53.5 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 50 minutes. The expense of the trip is USD 85.Car
The most preferred mode of transport is Car. The transit will take around 50 minutes, covering a distance of 53.5 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly flexible amount.
The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 51 minutes, covering a distance of 50.97 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 80.Car
Take a Car. The total distance will be 50.97 Kilometre costing flexible amount and the duration of the trip will be 51 minutes.
It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly USD 80, taking around 46 minutes. The distance between the two points is 49.51 Kilometre.Car
Best transit method is Car. The distance is 49.51 Kilometre, costing around flexible amount. The duration of the trip is 46 minutes.
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The staff is helpful, but they are getting a 3 star due to their bathrooms. Men's had 3 urinals 2 toilets, only one of each was working. It honestly looked like it hadn't been cleaned in days. I told the staff and they said they would "get right on it". 2 hrs later still no change. Only to find out they clean them once a day. Too much public to only do them once a day. They were out of towels and the air drier hardly worked.
This was the most disorganized tourist destination I've ever been to. When you get to the park, you pay for your parking and get a numbered slip for each visitor. This is the order in which you will be taken on the tour. This is NOT explained to you at the gate... When you get to the ticket counter, there may or may not be anyone there to sell you the very expensive tickets. We waited for 20 minutes just to buy the tickets- and we were the first in line. When you get your ticket, they tell you about your ticket number, and that 30 people go on each tour. HOWEVER- the first couple of tours that went out (45 minutes wait for each) the numbers only moved about 10 digits per tour. When we got there, the number on the board was 264. We were 290. Two hours later, we finally got to go on the tour. Note of caution- the cafeteria is PERMANENTLY closed. That was a long wait at lunch time on ice cream and peanut M&Ms- the only things to eat there. When we got on the tour- the guide was pretty good. The audio description is awful. The tour is quite short lengthwise, but rather long time wise. But not a lot of information, and you don't really get that awesome cave cool down that you get in other caves- part of the reason we went was to do something outside but not too hot with the kids. If you've been to other caves, this one is not terribly interesting. A large chamber, and some bats and things. But not a lot of interesting formations. Out 8 year old liked it. For the adults it was just kind of "meh".
It is an amazing place, so huge and beautiful, gift shop is ok, the tour take about an hour and tickets are affordable. It is guide tour but everyone has a provided mp3 player with headphones. Pictures ok without flash. You can even drink water from the wall. The place looks pristine except for the walking pavement that they made. Best time is early in the morning, a did not wait to long but when i finished it i saw a long waiting line. Weekends are very busy so if you plan go in weekend, better be prepared for a long time waiting.
Parking $4, entrance was $18 for adults, and $13 for children. Highly suggest to show up early for this (8:30 AM). It is a first come first serve tour. When you pay for parking they give you numbers on a piece of paper which dictate when you will get on the trans that takes you down to the caverns from the ticket area. So don't leave it in the car. The tour is about an hour long down at the caverns. There is a guide that takes you around and you also get an audio guide that tells you all about the caverns.
I have visited the caves on several occasions on they never fail to impress. The tour is short although the times are a bit long. The last time I went we waited for over an hour. Still , the beauty of the cave is breathtaking and it has a very quiet feel to it one you are inside. I wish they would expand the areas of the cave that are not currently open to the public. My only gripe is that the waiting area should reorganized to better accommodate the visitors.
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