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  • Sights

    Las Cavernas De Camuy

    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 ...

  • Reserves

    Aguirre Forest Reserve

    As you can imagine, Puerto Rico has many beautiful nature reserves and protected areas just waiting to be discovered. The cities in Puerto Rico are largely confined to certain parts of the island and, while there are a number of farms and small farming communities, there is still plenty of land that has been designated as a protected natural environment. As you travel from one part of the ...

  • Reserves

    Boqueron Bird Refuge

    Boqueron is a fishing village that is only three miles away from the bay. It is normally full of locals and tourists since it is a great vacation spot. The bay is beautiful with miles of palm-lined beaches full of coconuts. The waters are so clear that you can easily see the stunning varieties of coral that lie beneath the surface. This is the stuff dreams are made of. This lengthy stretch ...

  • Reserves

    Cambalache Forest Reserve

    The Cambalache Forest Reserve can be found east of Arecibo. It is just north of a cluster of coastal limestone formations that can be found in this part of Puerto Rico. The lush, thick forest lies specifically in the Holridge's Subtropical Moist Forest Life zone. The Reserve has great camping facilities, with areas in particular being provided for those who would like to spend a couple of ...

  • Reserves

    Rio Abajo Forest Reserve

    If you are looking for a great weekend spot, the Rio Abajo Forest Reserve is an excellent place to go. This massive reserve covers more than 5000 acres of land and it features limestone caves, underground rivers, beautiful forests and an abundance of wildlife. The Rio Abajo Forest Reserve is quite easy to find since you need only head out on Route 621 then follow the turn off to the reserve. ...

  • Reserves

    Toro Negro Forest Reserve

    The beautiful Toro Negro Forest Reserve is situated between Adjuntas and Jayuya, along the renowned Ruta Panoramica. Encompassing some 2 834 hectares in the Central Cordillera, Toro Negro Forest Reserve (or Black Bull Forest Reserve) takes in Puerto Rico’s highest peak, Cerro La Punta (1 338 m). Boasting exquisite views and fascinating wildlife, Toro Negro is a must for visitors to the ...

  • Reserves

    Pinones Reserve

    Despite the fact that Puerto Rico is an island with a sizable population, there are a number of great nature reserves to be found here. The Piñones Reserve is one such protected area that is perfect for an afternoon’s distraction. Operated by the Department of Natural Resources, which is a government department, the reserve covers large areas of subtropical forest, mangrove swamp and beach. ...