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Green Grotto Cave Tour in Jamaica.

Green Grotto Cave Tour in Jamaica

Ever been in a cave before? Visit Jamaica now and let Jamaica Customised Vacation & Tours be your ultimate speleologist provider in Cave Tours in Jamaica. Named for the green algae that cover its wall the structure of the cave is strikingly different from inland systems. Sections of the cave are also called “wild caves” with relatively undisturbed ecology. Hydro logically, the cave system is connected with the adjacent coastal waters.

At various times they have been known as the Runaway Bay Caves, Hopewell Caves, Cave Hall Caves, Discovery Bay Caves, Dry Harbor Caves, Rum Caves and Dairy Caves. The first known inhabitants of the caves were Arawak Indians who left pottery fragments and adzes. The caves are home to nine of Jamaica’s 21 species of bat including the Big-Eared Bat, the Mustache Bat, and the Jamaican Fruit-Eating Bat. Numbers are quite high with most of the available roosting space used. Guano is present in large amounts but few of the usual guano dwelling inverts have been recorded; the invasive American Roach is found there.

The brackish water in the lower levels is full of marine life including small barnacles and various unidentified small swimming creatures.
Green Grotto Cave is rich in history and the first Jamaicans, “the Arawak Indians (Taino)” found shelter in the caves during our English rule where they left evidence of their existence for your viewing. This enchanted and historical Jamaica experience is a must see while in Jamaica.

Things to Take on your Green Grotto Cave Tour:

  • Camara

Tour Inclusion

    • Complimentary Round Trip Transfer
    • Cave Entrance Fee
    • Cave Exploration Gears

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  1. epicallyfun

    It sounds like a very cool place. I saw good reviews for this cave in another website. That means, it is probably one of the must visit places for tourists, when they go to Jamaica.

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