Gasparee Caves

Gasparee Island, Trinidad
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Descend 100 feet underground and walk through a magnificent system of natural limestone caverns and caves on island of Gaspar Grande.

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Gasparee Caves is a natural system of limestone caverns and caves created by millions of years of wave action and slightly acid rain on the island of Gaspar Grande. The largest of these caves is known as the Blue Grotto and was open to the public in 1981. At the bottom of the Blue Grotto (100 feet underground) you will find a mysterious clear tidal pool. Although swimming is officially prohibited, if you are lucky your guide may allow you to take a quick dip – which is an awe inspiring experience for those so lucky. The cave contains interesting stalagmite and stalactite formations which have been given nicknames such as “The Buddha”, “Virgin Mary” and “The Lovers”Gaspar Grande lies 12 km (7. 5 mi) west of Port of Spain. It is one of the “Bocas Islands”, which lie in the Bocas del Dragon (Dragon’s Mouth) between Trinidad and Venezuela. The Gaspar Grande is a 25-minute boat trip from Port of Spain or 15 minutes from Chaguaramas.

Descend 100 feet underground and walk through a magnificent system of natural limestone caverns and caves on island of Gaspar Grande.

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