Frequently Asked Questions

In which languages is the tour available?

We are proud to say we offer our tour in English, Spanish, Dutch and Papiamentu. Every hour a monolingual or multilingual guided tour departs. Upon arrival at the cave, we do our utmost best to accommodate everyone as soon as possible in the guided tour of their preferred language.

Is it hot in the cave?

We are located 12 degrees north of the Equator, so on sunny days it can get a little hot inside the cave. Ventilators are strategically placed throughout the cave for a welcome breeze, although the temperature adds to the full experience.

I am claustrophobic, can I go in?

Because of the ventilation holes in the roof and the natural and artificial light, there is no need to feel claustrophobic. The cave is spacious, without tunnels or small chambers to crawl through. If at any time you do feel anxious, the assistant guide will gladly assist you to where you feel more comfortable, either inside or outside the cave.

Is the tour suitable for children?

During the tour we constantly keep moving, going deeper and deeper into the cave, visiting different impressive chambers along the way. This is why children love visiting the cave and don’t easily get bored or distracted. The tour is most suitable for children age 4 and up.

Do you have a question? Contact us and we’ll be happy to help!