Cuevas de Santo Tomas, Vinales
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Enjoy an atypically comfortable stroll and cruise on the small river flowing through the dark caverns of Cuevas de Santo Tomas. Cave exploration is often perceived as a strenuous experience, but that's not the case here. After taking a short walk through the cave and observing the stalactite and stalagmite formations, you can hitch a relaxing ride on a boat to a landing outside. Due to the lack of light, narrow spaces and uneven terrain, the experience might not be suitable for elderly people or children. Make Cuevas de Santo Tomas a part of your Vinales vacation plans using our Vinales vacation generator.
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