It's basically a cave with some fake plastic stuff in it. Nothing real or of significance. I guess you could call it the 'Pirate' experience as you have a feeling of being robbed when you get there.
This is family-friendly pit-stop near West View Playa is a good place to go to if you are done with the water for a bit and NEED to fill up your half-hour with something. But it isn't something I would travel all the way from centro to do. If you are nearby, great. This site costs 15mil (~$5) to enter... 更多
This place is privately owned. The local converted a replicate of the morgan cave. There are guides available to show you around the replicate cave. It is dark. There is prison cell, artifacts etc.. There are also villages, pirate ships the owner made for tourist to view. Cost is COP$15000 per person. The original cave is open for you to... 更多
This place is a rip off. You are forced to go through a coconut museum to see a couple of large coconuts, then into a fake cave with bare breasted female pirate statues, before you have to watch a dancing show and a few other things. The cave itself is very small, about 20 seconds is all you need to... 更多
Is was funny, if capitan Morgan come back from the heaven and see what they said about his cave he probably laugh about it, I think that cave is something that they improve there, and try to make history, lot of mosquitos, don't recommend you to spend time and money there
15K pesos for this? It's kind of a joke, pictures of Jack Sparrow? C'mon, seriously. The cave itself is pretty interesting, and can conjure some ideas in the imagination of what Morgan did with all of his loot, but still, paying that kind of money was insulting for what they offer. If you end up skipping this supposed attraction, don't... 更多
It was an interesting place to visit especially por the kids. Most of the staff there are very friendly. The guides do a goog job telling about the place. The suveniers and lite fast food have fair prices (it being a tourist place). Have to watch where you step (the terrain is uneven and wet, as they try it to... 更多
This isn't my type of program when I travel to paradisiac beaches. Even though we had read a few ordinary reviews about it, we spent about 40 minutes listening to some pirate's stories and visiting the cave, checking some local beverages and etc. but comparing to other San Andres attractions, I find it dispensable. Unless you have done everything else... 更多