What To Expect
Venture to the Camuy Caves and Arecibo Observatory in this tour!
A 268-acre ecosystem that is part of this hemisphere's most impressive subterranean cave network, intricately carved by the mighty Camuy River. Visitors and guides board trams that take them through dense tropical vegetation down to the mouth of Clara cave. Trams also stop at the 650-foot-wide Tres Pueblos sinkhole, where special platforms allow visitors to view the river passing 400 feet below from one cave to another. Another attraction is Espiral Sinkhole, where visitors can actually descend some 205 steps to reach its striking entrance.
One of Puerto Rico's most recognizable landmarks, and it is a very important part of investigations of inter-spatial communications in the USA. The radio telescope's dish measures an amazing 20 acres, the largest in the world. It gathers information from all parts of the Universe and stores them for professional analysis. The facility is administered by Cornell University and offers a visitor's center/museum, which describes the functions of the Observatory.
Services of a bilingual guide
Meals and drinks
Entrance fees to Camuy Caves and Arecibo Ionospheric Observatory
Tips and gratuities
Entrance fees are as follows: Camuy Caves 15 USD per adult / 10 USD per child; Arecibo Ionospheric Observatory 6 USD per adult / 4 USD per child. Child fees apply to children aged 4 to 12 years old. Fees are approximate and are subject to change without prior notice.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.