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Camuy River Cave Park
Great activity when visiting Puerto Rico, arrive early since tours are filled in the order that you arrive. Allow 1.5 hours for movie and tour. Call before making trip since tours are weather dependent.
The Río Camuy Cave Park located in Camuy a town that is part of the Porta Atlántico (North) Region of the island is one of more spectacular places to visit and things to do in Puerto Rico. Recently designated one of the best natural phenomena in Puerto Rico, Camuy River Cave Park is traversed by the Camuy River, the third longest subterranean river in the world. The cave system is also the most dramatic and extensive in the Western Hemisphere.
This subterranean treasure is located on 300 acres and is visited by more than 150,000 people annually with a capacity of 1,300 daily visitors. The rivers waters has over 45 million years carved out an impressive and strikingly beautiful system of caves that rivals the most important in the world.
The principal cave is Cueva Clara where you can appreciate the sheer beauty of subterranean vistas; high ceilings filled with crystalline stalactites, hundreds of stalagmites that look like toadstools on the ground and impressive rock formations and natural tapestries created by mother nature.
Attractions and Services
* Internal transportation via Trolley System. (Last Trolley leaves at 3:30 pm) Trolley operations subject to weather conditions.
* Admission includes tour of Cueva Clara de Empaime (Principal cave in system).
* Electronic audio guides.
* Swings for children, Antique Train Display, Beautiful Lake.
* Souvenir Shop.
* Camping areas with electricity, bathrooms and showers. (Available June 15 - August 15)
Adults: $15.00 (Includes Audio Tour)
Children 4-12 yrs. of age: $10.00 (Includes Audio Tour)
Children under 4: Free
Groups during low season (prior reservation required) 30 or more participants:
Contact Camuy River Cave Park
Carr. 129 Km 18.9, Camuy, Porta-Atlantico-North-Region, 00627View Larger Map
Best For Whom
- All Ages
Best For What
- A View To Die For
- Off The Beaten Path