Ambrosio Cave, Varadero
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
See a collection of significant pre-Columbian cave drawings at Ambrosio Cave. Located in an ecological preserve, the 300 m (984 ft) deep cave represents an important archaeological site, with 72 rupestrian drawings believed to have been made by members of the Taino culture more than 2,000 years ago. The striking designs of the red and black figures add much to the evocative sense of mystery here. The cave also offers a refuge for hundreds of fruit-eating bats, so keep an eye out for the gentle winged creatures darting around the cave and hanging from the ceiling. For Ambrosio Cave and beyond, use our Varadero vacation route planner to get the most from your Varadero vacation.
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De grotten hebben rotstekening van de oorspronkelijke bewoners. Daarnaast leven er verschillende vleermuizen in de grotten.The caves have rock art by the original inhabitants. In addition there are several bats in the caves.show original
Facile d'accès via les autobus qui font le trajet hôtel et centr -ville. Prévoir chaussures de marche, de l'eau et appareil photo. Une belle surprise, un bon moment à passer pendant votre séjour. Vous... read more »Easy access via buses that make the ride hotel and central - city. Plan walking shoes, water and camera. A nice surprise, a good time to spend during your stay. At the back you can take a "beverage" has the small canteen. For the quiet and the landscape not worked (contrast with the hotel sites)show original
Ich muss diese Höhle eine hohe Punktzahl geben, da sie mich sehr beeindruckt hat. Zum Fotografieren bietet sie herrliche Motive. Etwas versteckt an der Straße, und sicher nicht mit der besten Publicit... read more »This cave, I must be a high score because it has impressed me. To take a picture, it offers beautiful motifs. Hidden on the road, and certainly not with the best publicity, she deserves more attention. We have been assured that the bats are not damaged by the visits. The population is monitored.show original
If you are staying anywhere in Varadero, take the time to go underground at Cueva de Ambrosio. Admission fees: bonus guide with a flashlight. Bring a flashlight! Bring the kids! We were nearing the end of our stay and had not yet visited Varahicacos Ecological Reserve, which is the kind of thing that happens when you travel with a group with different interests.Not only was it the last day but a short hour before the park closed (sunset). A complete cave experience for a novice: Vegetation, geology, pictographs, fauna and flora! The caves have high ceilings (over 8 feet). Though the occasional openings you can see the trees and vegetation growing above, but there are the odd plants whimsically growing on the cave floor. As you walk from ''room'' through ''room'', there are bats, stalagmites and stalactites, an interesting selection of pre-columbian (maybe) cave drawings and visible stratification of stone, pebbles and fossilized vegetation formed by ancient dunes.
Highly recommended tour into a cave filled with bats! this was the real deal for bat lovers.
nice old caves with lots of bats
Сергей СидоровThe company gathered and drove to this cave. Entrance cost approximately 15 CUC per person. In the price included. Getting to the cave on a motorized scooter patrol rented 25 CUC per dayshow original
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