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Cavernas de Camuy

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Maribel
Maribel
May 7, 2020
This 268-acre park built around the cave system features tours of some of the caves and sinkholes, and is one of the most popular natural attractions in Puerto Rico. Archaeological evidence proves that these caves were explored hundreds of years ago by the Taíno Indians, Puerto Rico's first…
Edward
Edward
December 30, 2019
A underground cave system form millions of years ago.
Laiza
Laiza
November 6, 2019
Be ready to be wowed as soon as you enter this wondrous natural attraction, tucked into the karst region of the north coast. Rio Camuy Cave formally named Parque Las Cavernas del Rio Camuy, designated the First Natural Delight of Puerto is “one of the world’s largest cave networks”. This is an…
Mike
Mike
September 14, 2019
If open, you have to go.
Amid
Amid
September 10, 2019
One of the world’s largest cave network. 1 hour drive

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地点
Camuy Quebrada,邮编00669
手机号+1 787-898-3136