Explore a world almost 800 feet (250 meters) underground that has been slowly forming since 300 BC and is home to strange limestone formations and rare animal species that have adapted to living in total darkness!
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The caves in Barra Honda National Park have been formed over about the last 70 million years, as rain water filters through the limestone and carves out strange and interesting formations in the rock. The cave systems here are estimated to be only about 50% explored, and previous explorations have unearthed human remains and artifacts from about 300 BC, as well as some rare species of animals, including blind salamanders, which have adapted to living in total darkness! The deepest cave in the system is about 780 feet (240 meters). Above ground, you may also get a chance to see monkeys, anteaters, coatis, agoutis, and many exotic plants.
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