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An amazing place, a lot of water flowing in the river and very relaxing place. Great view. The facilities near the parking lot looks deteriorated, the restaurant was closed and abandoned. Needs more care, but the view and the rest of the attraction is great,...More
This site is a little tricky to access these days, but if you can negotiate the walkway that was damaged by Hurricane Maria,well worth it! Tremendous historic graphics, as yet undeciphered, create awe and wonder. Please enter with respect and leave no trace.
Magnificent and clear petroglyphs are inscribed in this rock, evidence of a culture all but destroyed by invading Europeans. Unfortunately, I saw local young people not only climbing on the rock but walking on the images, contributing to likely long-term damage. It is nonetheless important...More
This is a big stone with engraved marks from the Tainos Indians. You have to park and go down a few minutes to see it. You can enjoy the river and get in. It's between two big mountains. Enjoy the nature!
A large boulder in the middle of a river and a few surrounding rock faces are tattooed with tiano petroglyphs and worth a look. There is a parking lot at the top of a ravine with a ramp/staircase down to the river where you can...More
In summer bring your bathing suit and challenge yourself to jump into the river. Petroglyphs can been seen at the big rock. Everything is surrounded by beautiful green mountains. The ride is curvy and a bit risky
I am in Puerto Rico vacationing l was looking for a place to visit and I found this place on Google and I found it and I drove there with my husband we found the place we went down the rock and it was beautiful...More