Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Rio Camuy Cave Park and Arecibo Observatory from San Juan. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
The guide/driver (Ricky) is very good, fun and friendly. He introduced us (all the tourists in his vehicle) to a word "¡Ay, caramba!" and we still think of him. And his partner (who is an employee, but taking the tour along with us) is also very helpful explaining things, guiding and friendly. We would love to go with these two gentlemen again when we revisit.
Good organization, great driver and good timing. Caves were awesome! So was the observatory.
Caves were awesome! Tour guide for the caves was not awesome. Observatory in my opinion was boring but if you like that stuff u will love it. Best part about our viator tours was our tour guide Robert! He was the best!
My husband and I really enjoyed this tour. Our tour guide, Robert, was the BEST, and he was friendly, personable and professional. He told us stories about growing up in Puerto Rico, as well as informing us of interesting sights along the way to the Caverns and the Arecibo Observatory. I highly recommend this tour! We hope to come back to Puerto Rico again!
The cavern experience was amazing. Mother Earth offers us some amazing wonders.
Arecibo is incredible, I had no idea we were still waiting to hear from ET again. A must see.
Amazing cavern and surrounding area. We stopped for lunch between attractions and were able to sample some of the local cuisine - delicious! The telescope and museum was really interesting to see in person.
This was a wonderful chance to see more of the island and the caverns and observatory were great. We were both really glad we had chosen this tour.
The caves were aweson! I highly recommend going to the caves. The observatory was ok
Wonderful Experience with and Excellent Guide who was very knowledgeable and helpful. Took his time to answer questions and did not provide a Hurried Environment". Rain Forest is a must.
Tony Caliz was an excellent guide. He knew a lot of Puerto RIcan history. After the Cave tour, we didn't want to eat in the Rio Camuy cafeteria, so he took us to a local eatery to get some authentic Puerto Rican food which was delicious. Both the caves and the observatory were fascinating. Two of our party couldn't walk up the hill to the observatory, so Tony got a park ranger to drive them up the hill. It's a steep climb!