Hike-in Required
Open Year-round
ADA accessible
Guided tours
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Quadrikiri Cave is one of several accessible cave complexes within Arikok National Park.

The cave system extends about 490 feet back, passing through several rooms and chambers, a couple illuminated by ceiling holes that allow the sunlight to stream inside. Stalactites and stalagmites decorate the cave's interior, and you might see or feel one of the hundreds of bats that reside inside the cave fly by you. 

The cave exists within a limestone cliff, and can be entered by a short steep flight of stairs carved into the stone immediately beside the parking area. 

Quadrikiri Cave also contains examples of Amerindian petroglyphs, however these examples are much harder to see and much fewer than those at Fontein Cave which is not far away inside the national park.

Outside of the cave around the parking area, visitors can find park rangers who will eagerly talk about the features inside the caves and provide information and answers to questions. There are also several stone picnic tables and viewpoints near the parking area to the left side of the cave entrance.

Visitors should bring flashlights to help navigate through the cave and get a better view inside the non-naturally lit chambers. 

Quadrikiri Cave is subject to Arikok National Park rules such as entrance fee and open hours.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)




Parking Pass

Park entrance fee


Easily accessible. Interesting surroundings.

Pets allowed

Not Allowed


Vault toilet
Historically significant
Family friendly
Geologically significant
Big vistas
Picnic tables


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Arikok National Park, Venezuela
Arikok National Park, Venezuela
Arikok National Park, Venezuela


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