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Cueva del Indio

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February 4, 2020
Right on the roaring Atlantic coast is Cueva del Indio, or Indian Cave, named after the indigenous hieroglyphs found carved into the rocks. The entrance fee is $5 and will give you access to impressive cliffs, views of crashing waves, and a natural bridge formed from rocks. Prior to Hurricane María…
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January 26, 2020
Consists os seven rings, all them of singular beauty. Many important pirates pictures have their views. Petty close but not yet open, can also see from the road the Statue of Cristóbal Colón. On the fly, can also visit Poza del Obispo, small beach with singular beauty, by the light house. There's…
December 26, 2019
Just a few minutes down the road from Besos de Sol, this beautiful trail leads to gorgeous views of cliffs along the ocean. There is an "official" parking area, but they charge a ridiculous amount for parking. We recommend parking on the side of the road just a bit west of that entrance and walking…
November 15, 2019
Located at Arecibo, the Cueva del Indio is an area where the Taino Indians held tribal meetings and made numerous carvings in the walls of these natural limestone caves. To get to the impressive location there is a bit of a hike. Once you get through the trail, you will get to see multiple rock…
September 10, 2019
Enjoy a beautiful view in the north coast.

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“A must visit if your in Puerto Rico. One of the only caves in Puerto Rico with an opening. ”
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Science Museum
“One of the world’s largest radio telescope, which is used to study the ionosphere and nearby planets as they pass overhead. Open since 1963, this radio telescope has made many significant scientific discoveries. ”
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“This is a great mall for shopping of beach cloth, water sport items and many other needs during your travel.”
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Historic Site
“The Birth of the New World is a 360 foot bronze sculpture located on the Atlantic coastline of Arecibo, Puerto Rico. When completed in 2016, it became the tallest sculpture in North America, surpassing Mexico's Guerrero Chimalli, which measures 200 feet including its base.”
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“Super fresh fish right on the ocean. A bit more expensive, but worth the scenic drive and the price. The name means, "Ocean spray". Dress for the ocean breeze outside. Open only Saturday and Sunday.”
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Arecibo, Arecibo 00612
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