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Parque Ceremonial Indigena de Caguana

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Parque Ceremonial Indigena de Caguana

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Ben_done_that wrote a review Jan 2020
Atlanta, Georgia22 contributions10 helpful votes
Beautiful place and very cool. However, be warned we drove up on a Sunday and the gates were locked. The staff appeared to still be there, but they refused to let us in and said it would be closed all day. Not sure if you can call ahead, but consider yourself warned.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Diletta Brutti wrote a review Nov 2019
Lecco, Italy12 contributions3 helpful votes
The most interesting cultural activity I did in Puerto Rico! So much to learn about the Taìno culture, and so much to see both in the park and in the museum!! You should definitely ask of Michael once there, he's gonna bring that place to life with his passion and his knowledge, guaranteed... Such an amazing man and soul, thank you so much again, you made our day! Entrance fee is 5$ adults and 3$ seniors/students/children... The place would be worth way more than that, hope the government or anyone in charge will soon consider preserving the place.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Trish G wrote a review Feb 2019
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We visited this park as part of Sojourn Puerto Rico's Taino Tour and I'm really glad we had our guide with us. The park is fairly small and can be visited in an hour. It was quiet with few visitors (at least the day we went). But with our guide, it was so great to learn about the courts, the meaning of each of the glyphs, history of the park, etc. Ask about the achiote tree -- very cool to see what the Taino's actually used as paint, etc. Some might say this attraction is missing some of the glitz of a fancier museum, but I appreciated its authenticity. As there are no strenuous or steep areas, you can walk the park in sandals, but comfortable shoes are a must. Have your phone charged (and camera ready) as there are a lot of interesting images to capture. I loved that you could get up close to the exhibits here (unlike at Stonehenge in the UK).
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Date of experience: January 2019
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moyoma66 wrote a review Jan 2019
South Jersey and anywhere else142 contributions10 helpful votes
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We visited this site yesterday during our Christmas vacation to Puerto Rico. It's smack-dab in the middle of the island so it's a road trip commitment from the typical sun and fun tourist sites. But Wow, what a ride! Hairpin turns on tiny roads, beautiful tropical forests and awe-inspiring mountain views the entire way. Once there, practically hidden from view, is a gated parking lot and a beautifully preserved historic site and a small museum. This is a Taino version of stone henge. Carefully placed stone markers denote fields used for ceremonial purposes including possibly ballgames called "bateys." There are petroglyphs outside and a few artifacts inside that are well-displayed and informative. The on-site guide Michael who speaks both English and Spanish, is passionate about the site and helped us envision what it may have been like hundreds of years ago. So peaceful and beautiful. Cafe Gran Batey Coffee Tour is just up the road, but was closed during our visit. We continued our journey that day to Gozalandia Falls about an hour away. It was great spending a day digging a little deeper into Puerto Rican culture and exploring some of its amazing landscapes.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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t d wrote a review Nov 2018
Springfield, Massachusetts13 contributions7 helpful votes
This is a sacred space and very interesting in a beautiful setting. The guides are very knowledgable. This is critical history. This place is not heavily visited but it should be. It deserves a visit! Its on a great driving tour around Utuado.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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