A perfect combination: visit the breathtaking Hato Caves and one of the most beautiful beaches on the Island.
This cave is home to beautiful limestone formations, romantic pools, a colony of seldom seen long nose fruit bats and stalactites and stalagmites still in formation.
Amerindian Arawaks and escaped slaves used these natural shelters as hiding places.
Take a 45-minute tour on a paved illuminated path through the caves and see the cave drawings that the Amerindian Arawaks left behind, estimated to be 1,500 years old.
Then we stop at Playa Piskado for a once in-a-lifetime snorkeling experience with sea turtles in their natural habitat.
The next stop is Porto Marie Beach for swimming, snorkeling or just relaxing on the beach.
Finally, on our way back, we'll drive by the salt lake at St. Willibrordus to see the flamingos.
Adults $75 / Children $55
Beach chair(s) are not included