It's really nice an interesting a very short visit not a lot to see but for me was way to expensive! Nice for the cave some history about the pirate and native dance. I think they should lower their prices. 15,000 pesos per person.
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Morgan's Cave is a small attraction half-way down the coast of San Andres Island. You can take the public bus to get there, and most of the drivers speak both Spanish and English. If you're not sure which bus to take, ask your hotel staff...More
If you are a fan of Jack Sparrow, you can feel this place something familiar. This place is for tourists specifically. You can start this visit with a entrance of 15.000 colombian pesos (5 dollars). Then, expert guides with typically clothes explain to you about...More
Listen, this is a fun place to take the kids when there's not much else to do. Watch the locals speaking their own dialect of English and see if you can understand what they're saying. Take a tour of the "Cave." See fun art made...More
So, if you are expecting something authentic, then do not go. If you like Disney and pirates of the Caribbean and you have young children AND you speak Spanish, then this place is for you. They even have a picture of Johnny Depp in the...More
I was pleasantly surprised by the site. There are two real caves plus museum exhibits of artefacts from the 17th century onwards.Not one of those stupid "experience" things. They also let us visit independently instead of a guided tour. My own preference.
We felt embarrassed to be witnesses to this "attraction". Your 15,000 COP gets you admission to a small, musty cave, several pirate "replicas", some trinkets and local art on display, and a dance show by some uninterested performers. Save your money and spend an extra...More