Matanzas & Bellamar Caves
Price : 25 CUC
Schedule (may vary):
Departure time: 01:00 pm
Return time: 04:30 pm
Tour guide, transportation in air-conditioned bus, admission fee to the caves.
These caves are considered to be one of the oldest tourist attractions in Cuba; they are open to visitors since the 1860s. The impressive halls and galleries are filled with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, many other unique limestone formations. Indigenous paintings and fossils have also been found here. The explored area is 3 km long and the area open to visitors is about 1 km long. The entrance of the cave goes down many steps (man-made) and the rest of the visit is on a fairly flat path, the cave is humid and warm, so good walking shoes and light clothing are suggested. This half-day excursion also includes a panoramic tour of the city or Matanzas where you will see: beautiful views of the Matanzas Bay, the Vigia Square, the Libertad Square, the numerous city bridges, the farmer’s market, a visit to the French Pharmaceutical Museum, a visit to the Monserrat Hermitage with views of the Yumuri Valley and Matanzas Bay.
Suggestions on what to wear and bring:
Comfortable shoes (adequate for slippery conditions), comfortable clothes (adequate for warm and humid conditions), bottled water, camera, cash in small denominations for souvenirs, drinks and tips.
There's a fee of 5 CUC to use a camera or video-camera inside the caves
This tour is not recommended for people with restricted mobility
Program sequence might vary / Prices are subject to change
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Lily & Normand