La Romana (Casa de Campo) La Cueva de las Maravillas Excursion Reviews

The Cave of Wonders is an immense cave that includes over 800 meters of underground labyrinths, 240 of which have been lit to highlight its astounding geological formations.
The caves are not authentic.
The caves are not authentic. They have cut the stalactites off and put fake flooring and lighting in. The indian drawings do not look real.
The caves are not authentic. They have cut the stalactites off and put fake flooring and lighting in. The indian drawings do not look real. Read Less
Sail Date July 2016
Shore Excursion Provider: Carnival Cruise Line
The Cave of Wonders was not so great.
The Cave of Wonders was not so great. They are very concerned about people taking pictures and they keep everyone close together in a group. I would have liked some time to walk around and look at the caves, but they really pushed us ... Read More
The Cave of Wonders was not so great. They are very concerned about people taking pictures and they keep everyone close together in a group. I would have liked some time to walk around and look at the caves, but they really pushed us through. You go down about 100 steps, but take an elevator out at the end. Read Less
Sail Date November 2014
Shore Excursion Provider: Carnival Cruise Line
Not very far from the port, and one must ask to be taken here, but it is well worth it!
Not very far from the port, and one must ask to be taken here, but it is well worth it! The underground caves are absolutely breathtaking, and the tour guides were very informative. The grounds are well maintained, a must see at La Romana, ... Read More
Not very far from the port, and one must ask to be taken here, but it is well worth it! The underground caves are absolutely breathtaking, and the tour guides were very informative. The grounds are well maintained, a must see at La Romana, tours are done in either Spanish or English. Read Less
Sail Date June 2013
Shore Excursion Provider: Carnival Cruise Line