When Caguas was first founded in 1775, it was called San Sebastián del Piñal de Caguax after Caguax, a local Indian chief. Today, Caguas is referred to by a number of names, which includes La Ciudad Del Turabo (Turabo city), El Corazón de boriquén (Boriquén's heart) and La Ciudad Criolla (Criole city). Caguas has a population of about 140, 500 people.
Puerto Rico’s close proximity to the Americas is only one of the reasons for its popularity as a tourist destination. Most often it is the island nation’s abundance of natural treasures that lures people over the ocean for a visit. Scuba divers are no exception, as Puerto Rico is home to some truly spectacular dive sites, such as the Black Wall.
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