The parque ceremonial indigena de Caguana is the most significant Caribbean Taino archaeological site that offers visitors a unique insight into the indigenous culture that lived in the region before Spanish colonization. The Caguana Indigenous Ceremonial site is situated in Puerto Rico’s mountains town of Utuado, located towards the eastern end of the Tanama River.
Since 1955, the park has been administered and protected through the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriquena. Visitors to the park are permitted to explore the vast site, including more than 10 “bateys,” stone monoliths and numerous Petroglyphs.
The visit cost is just $3.00 and includes entry into the museum’s tiny room. There’s plenty of parking available on site.
Parque Ceremonial Indigena de Caguana Contact Details
Address: Carr.111 Km. 48.6, Bo Utuado, 00641, Puerto Rico