Morgan's Cave, San Andres Island

#5 of 7 in Nature in San Andres Island
Cave · Nature / Park
The legend of hidden treasure lures tourists to Morgan's Cave, allegedly the site of pirate Henry Morgan's buried bounty. Some 120 m (400 ft) deep, the cave can only be viewed from its mouth, but remains a part of nearly every tour of San Andres Island. A replica of the cave and Morgan's boat help bring the legend to life, while staff performs the traditional mento dance. Hear stories of the Caribbean's pirate past, while getting a look at modern island culture. Plan to visit Morgan's Cave during your San Andres Island vacation using our convenient San Andres Island road trip app.
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  • It was nice to hear about the history of Morgan and the people working there were welcoming and informative. The place itself is very run down- we could see more buildings in the distance that seemed....  more »
  • A nice place...but in need of improvement. This San Andres island used to be a "Paradise" has deteriorated immensely. And the attitude of the natives as well. What a shame. Maybe someone will.....  more »
  • Nice place to dream about pirates and Rum!
  • Hmmm!

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