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observatorio de arecibo
GPS:
18.344545881438645, -66.82537078857422

Tour Description

The Rio Camuy Cave / Arecibo Observatory Tour first starts at the site of the largest underground river in the world, “Río Camuy," in the Karst region that runs from Loiza to Aguadilla along the north coast of Puerto Rico.  A trolley car takes guests to the entrance which starts the guided tour that will take you through a section of the Camuy Cave System.

After the Rio Camuy tour, we will continue close by to Arecibo, where the world’s largest single dish radio telescope sits in a natural bowl among the Karst formations unique to the area. The telescope was the setting of the movie "Contact," starring Jodie Foster.

Duration

Starts at approximately 7:30am

Days and Hours of Operation

Thursday - Sunday

Tour Includes

Transportation (San Juan Metro area ONLY)

Price Per Person

  • $75.00 + tax
  • Entrance fees are NOT included

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Tour duration and return times are approximate and may vary slightly due to weather, traffic conditions and circumstances beyond the tour operator’s control.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations must be made 48 hours before the scheduled tour date and local time via EMAIL ONLY. A sales representative will respond with validation of requested cancellation. Those who intend to cancel within the 48 hour time frame will be fully charged by the designated tour operator. There will be absolutely NO EXCEPTIONS under any circumstance to waive any fees.

After submittion of requested tour, you agree to our 48 hour cancellation policy and acknowledge any cancellations made within the given time frame are to be considered a FINAL SALE. There will be No Re-scheduling, and NO REFUNDS will be given.

Please note some tours depend on weather conditions to function and may be affected. Unfortunately, mother nature is out of our control, any changes required will be notified to you immediately. For safety concerns, if a tour operator cancels the scheduled tour, the option of re-scheduling will be given or a refund will be provided.

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    EBRF18 January 1, 1970 - January 1, 1970 $ 75.00 0

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    Jorge
    2016-04-11 14:16:46
    Went on this tour last week with my family. The caves surprisingly large. It was dark but as long as you have a camera with a strong flash you are good. We stopped at a local restaurant for lunch. Delicious food and great prices! The observatory was closed for renovations, but guide explained that they had adjusted the tour to include a place called "cueva del indio". This was incredible. We hiked up a rocky hill and climbed down into the cavern. All this was along cliffs lining the Atlantic Ocean. Breath taking views! I would have stayed there all day!

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