Cuevas Del Indio
You get her by car or with a tour you booked.
You can park your car on the big parking lot.
You pay 2$ for parking and about 2$ for the entrance.
It's about 1h 15min from San Juan, that's why not many people are here.
The Rocks And Caves
After passing the entrance table you don't get the idea that this is a tourist attraction. No stop signs, no security guards or signposts.
First you get to a big area of rocks.
Good footing is advised. You make your way to the ocean side and see a bigger decline.
There you find a shaky ladder going down.
After you went down the ladder you find yourself in the small cave system.
Many native drawings are in the cave and there are no "Don't Touch" signs. That's why I like this place so much. You can explore the cave system by yourself however you want.
After exploring the cave system you make your way back up and can see a great coastal view. There are plenty of great spots where you can take pictures.