In 1508, Ponce de Leon, the first governor of Puerto Rico, founded a settlement named Caparra. It was known amongst Spanish settlers as “La Ciudad de Puerto Rico” (meaning the city of Puerto Rico), as it was the first European settlement and the first capital on the island.
The Camuy River is more than just a body of flowing water or a supply of water to the land; it is a creator of natural wonders. If that seems impossible to you then you should visit the Las Cavernas de Camuy. Also known as Caverns of Rio Camuy, this attraction is a most spectacular collection of underground caverns that were created by the Camuy River approximately a million years ago. Today ...
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