Camuy Caves are located in the Rio Camuy Cave Park is located in Puerto Rico’s northern region. It encompasses three towns: Camuy, Hatillo, and Lares. The main entrance of this park is within the Quebrada region in Camuy. The park is open every Wednesday and Sunday from 8:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. (AST).
The caverns form part of a vast network of limestone caves in natural limestone and underground waterways cut from the Rio Camuy, the third-largest underground river in the world. The caves were first discovered in 1958, and archaeological evidence indicates it was explored for hundreds of years prior by the island’s indigenous inhabitants.
Over 10 miles of caves, 20 caves, and 17 identified ways to enter. This is, however, only part of the system that many experts believe has more than 800 caves, and the caves are only a tiny portion of them accessible to the general public.
Camuy Caves Contact Details
Address: Carr. 129 K. 18.9, Quebrada, 00669, Puerto Rico
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