Join us in an adventure to discover the largest and most complex and sacred ceremonial site of the Boriken Taíno people in the West Indies, situated in the heart of the sub-tropical central mountain range of Utuado – PR. Walk over a large central plaza, a ceremonial dance area, 10 rectangular earth-and-stone–lined ball courts and plazas and one circular plaza, as well as the remains of an oval-shaped structure and a sacred cemi mound. A place where highly important ceremonial ball games were held, where one can still see stone collars, elbow stones and petroglyphs carved on perimeter stones. The park became a National Historic Landmark in 1993 due to its rich archaeological significance.
Caguana Ceremonial Park
- Starting Time: 7:45 am – 8:30 am
- Departs from San Juan Area and Hotels
- Duration: 5 — 6 hours
- Difficulty: Level 1*
- Maximum Pax: 13
- Price: Starting at $85
- Includes: Roundtrip transportation, bottles of water, light snacks. (Entrance tickets purchased individually at park)
PLEASE MENTION ANY AND ALL CONDITIONS REGARDING HEALTH AND ALLERGIES
* Light walking required. No smoking allowed while under way. Minors must be accompanied at all times. Minors must be accompanied at all times.
** For infants please contact us at [email protected] or (787)242-4211.