The 100-foot long Guadirikiri Cave features rockdrawings, stalagmites, and stalactites. Sunlight streams in through openings in the cave's dual chambers, and the tunnel connecting them is home to hundreds of bats. Nearby, the popular Fontein Cave features drawings Arawak Indians on the ceilings, and the Huliba Cave (a.ka. the "Tunnel of Love") is distinguished by its heart-shaped entrance.

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Expert Review of Guadirikiri Cave

Parks and Outdoors Review of Guadirikiri Cave

Away Travel Expert: Lynne Sullivan
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Parks and OutdoorsExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • Visit the caves early in the morning because the tunnels become uncomfortably hot later in the day.
  • Bring a flashlight for visiting Huliba Cave.
  • Sit outside the caves at dusk to watch bats swarm out in search of dinner.
The limestone caves near the coast in Arikok National Park feature stalagmites, stalactites, ancient Arawak artwork, and graffiti left by early European settlers. Guadirikiri sits below a cliff and is famous for its two chambers, which are filled

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east coast
east cosat, north of Huliba
Price: Free ($7-$10 for flashlights at entrances)

Visitor Information

Telephone Number: (297) 582-3777
Fax: (297) 583-4702
Price Information: Free ($7-$10 for flashlights at entrances)
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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