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Rio Camuy Cave Park

You don’t have to be a seasoned spelunker to enjoy Río Camuy Cave Park, one of the largest such sites in the world. The caves, sculpted by the underground river from which it derives its name, were only discovered in 1958 and haven’t yet ... 

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Anonymous

August 2009

This is a picture from the tram entrance showing the trams used to descend to the cave entrance. - August 2009

Tram to entrance of cave.

This is a picture from the tram entrance showing the trams used to descend to the cave entrance.

Anonymous

August 2009

This picture was taken inside the cave on the tour. - August 2009

Inside the cave

This picture was taken inside the cave on the tour.

Anonymous

August 2009

This picture was taken inside the cave. Through out the tour there are areas of vegetation, water, formations and bats. - August 2009

Inside the cave

This picture was taken inside the cave. Through out the tour there are areas of vegetation, water, formations and bats.

Anonymous

August 2009

This photo was taken walking up to the observatory. We entered the observatory walking from a parking lot up a steep incline. - August 2009

Arecibo Observatory

This photo was taken walking up to the observatory. We entered the observatory walking from a parking lot up a steep incline.

Anonymous

August 2009

This photo was taken outside the museum area. - August 2009

Telescope

This photo was taken outside the museum area.

Anonymous

December 2007

Rio Camuy Cave Park - December 2007

Rio Camuy Cave Park

Rio Camuy Cave Park

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