Río Camuy Cave Park

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The Río Camuy Cave Park is littered with sinkholes and limestone formations and very popular with spelunkers. There are more than 200 caves in the park, including several huge ones, but you have to be an experienced caver to be able to access most of them. The Camuy River is one of the world's largest subterranean rivers and its system can be accessed as well.

For normal tourists, a trolley-tram runs through one of the sink holes and the Cueva Clara is made accessible. It includes marvelous stalagmites and stalactites. The Camuy River can be seen from a viewing platform, as it flows through the 120 m (400 feet) deep Tres Pueblos Sinkhole.

The Río Camy Cave Park is in the northeast of Puerto Rico, about 75 km southwest of San Juan.


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