Cueva Ventana (English: “Cave Window”) is a large cave situated on top of a limestone cliff in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, overlooking the Río Grande de Arecibo valley. It is visible from the PR-123 but is accessible from a trail that begins adjacent to a Puma gas station located along PR-10 on kilometer 75. The Window Cave and surrounding land are owned privately.
Using a tripod was allowed on the tour when we went. They came in handy for our crew because this is not an easy hike. There are muddy areas, slippery rocks, and areas that you will go very slowly as not to fall. It is well worth the little bit of stress to experience the overlook. We call the overlook shots tourist shots, but this one is an exception because you will be shooting out from the edge of a Window Cave.
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The only place to stay while visiting the Window Cave, Cueva Ventana, or while in this area. We loved it here. It is right on the beach. A quiet zen-like atmosphere with great rates and a great owner. Top Ten Spot.
A 2-acre private oceanfront property promotes rest and a peaceful connection with nature. House rules are strictly enforced. 1.) ONLY registered guests are permitted on the property (no exceptions). Quiet time is 10:30 PM – 7:30 AM
Cueva Ventana – Photography Hot Spot
Lens: This area is a wide-angle lens location. The only wildlife we encountered was the adorable kitty cats in the benches’ waiting area before the tour.
Gear List at a Glance: Circular polarizing filter, neutral density filters, tripod, shutter release, wide-angle, and zoom lens. CPL filters will help you to create dynamic images. They will make your white puffy clouds whiter whilst looking out the Window Cave.
When to Go: Any time of year. It is a tourist location, so midweek is the best off-season to avoid humans. There is a hike, and it is not an easy one. It is slippery and can be a little tedious. This is not for the elderly or people who have mobility issues. You climb down into a cave, rocks are slippery, but it is very well worth it if you can handle it.
Shutter Speed – Find out more about how to shoot in shutter priority. This is used mainly for moving subjects when you need to avoid motion blur.
Aperture – Shooting in aperture priority allows you to focus on your depth of field. It is mainly used for still subjects.
ISO – This controls how much light is let into your camera when exposing your picture.
White Balance – Color temperature. Cloud, shade, sun, and also custom settings.
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Fusion Vacation Rentals – Address: Rd. 4466 km 0.4, Isabela, PR 00662 – Phone: +1 787-409-8368
Best Vacation Value on Puerto Rico’s northwest coast! Enjoy the sounds of nature and spectacular views from your private ocean-facing balcony at Fusion Beach Villas. We are located oceanfront on the strip of beach between Jobos and Shacks Beach, in the magical community of Isabela, Puerto Rico.
Fusion Beach Villas are located on 2 acres of lush, private oceanfront property. There are four villas on the property; three are available for short-term rentals: this includes our one-bedroom suite (listed here w/photos) located on the top floor, loft studio also on the top floor, and our garden studio located on the ground floor. If you are eloping to Puerto Rico or planning to honeymoon with them, ask them about their enchanted elopement packages.
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Extremely Comfortable, Cozy and Quiet.
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Park and Area Information
Monday – Sunday
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
FOOD & DINING
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Don’t forget that you can use a rain sleeve on your camera if it is raining. If it is bright and sunny, you want to use a low ISO, such as 100.
If you are doing photography along with your ghost hunting on cloudy days, you can do running water or waterfall photography to avoid the glaring sun. You can also use an ND filter to get a long exposure for dramatic effects, even in the sunshine. If you ghost hunt indoors in abandoned places, be careful!