My parents and I went here last week and we really enjoyed it, especially my parents. Our tour guide's name was Dimitri and he was very knowledgeable and it was interesting to learn that he used to play in the caves as a kid. It was fascinating to hear the stories of the Indians who used to live there. We... 更多
As part of the island tour, this unique and breathtaking stop was a picturesque adventure. Your journey starts with the distribution of high intensity LED flashlights. Our group was led by a local named Dimetry. We went inside the main entrance where it was pitched black. There are dangerous turns everywhere so this place may not be for everyone. The... 更多
This was really cool. Historic (the first settlers used this place), cool (bats everywhere), and informative (how it all happened), definitely worth the guided tour.
It's not common to see caves and bats on a small island. This was a cool experience to add to a fun day on Middle Caicos. The guide was knowledgeable and funny!
As these caves require you to travel to middles Caicos, which requires a ferry ride and then car rental....I don't recommend it if you arent already there. It is a full day excursion from South Turk and practically nothing else to do on the Island except drive around and look for random beaches
On an overcast day we decided to recover from our burns and take the TCI ferry over to north Caicos to explore. We had arranged for a rental car all day for $70...well worth it! We drove very easily to the caves and contrary to what the local maps tell you this is not a free thing to do. We... 更多
This cave is large and spacious, you will not feel claustrophobic at all (trust me, because I get claustrophobia.) there are many cool photo ops. You don't go too deep in the caves, it takes about 30 minutes, an get a little slippery, so wear shoes to accommodate for that. You will see bats, they're very cool.
The caves no longer allow self guided tours due to vandalism so you pay $20 each to get a knowledgeable guide and they supply the flashlights. If you have been to caves before, these are no different. there are columns and bats, pools and slippery spots. I like supporting the locals and recommend the stop.
This was really cool. Neat experience seeing live bats in their natural habitat. Our guide was so knowledgeable. They provide flashlights but make sure you wear good non slip shoes, my husband slipped and hurt his hand.