Finding the actual entrance is a bit tricky. There are no natural landmarks to guide you to the parking. There is only a homemade sign detailing the Parking, the fee, and a disclaimer statement. The residence charges only a a dollar or so to park your vehicle and 50 cents per person, simply because the safest route into the caves lies on their property. The price is still worth it. They even offer a simple guide, we did not execute this option; we simply paid the money received an introductory story, once that was over, the magic began. The caves are carved into the a cliff wall overlooking the Atlantic Ocean some 80 or so feet into the sky. The view from these cliffs is something straight out of Hollywood. The winds swept through the landscape and introduced the natural aroma of the sea. The entrance to the cave itself was daunting. a 20 foot descent down a 'not-so-sturdy' ladder, yet it was still worth it. Seeing carvings that predate the arrival of Columbus and the various bats and crabs that call this cave home was spectacular. There's a water current inside the cave that brings a cooling sensation to the air and a welcoming sound of liberation once inside. I spent half my time inside the cave, with no one else venturing down to accompany me. The feeling you get once inside the cave should be experienced by all who travel to this side of the island. Go experience it.
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