Top 10 Guayama Attractions

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Orocovis (from Taino language, Orocobix meaning remembrance of the first mountain) is a municipality of Puerto Rico located in the Central Mountain Range, north of Villalba and Coamo; south of Morovis and Corozal; southeast of Ciales; east of Jayuya; and west of Barranquitas. Orocovis is spread over 17 wards and Orocovis Pueblo (the downtown area and the administrative center of the city). It is part of the San Juan-Caguas-Guaynabo Metropolitan Statistical Area.

An ideal destination for adrenaline lovers, Orocovis is located in the geographical center of Puerto Rico. Whether you go from San Juan or drive up from Ponce in the south, expect the drive to be about an hour and a half.

Also known as the heart of Puerto Rico, Orocovis is home to the extraordinary Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park, where you will experience one of the longest ziplines in the world — known as The Monster — in a safe, family-friendly environment. Lovers of the outdoors also flock to

Orocovis for camping – The temperature is cooler in the mountain villages and the air always seem fresh. Enjoy both with a walk to see the iconic Doña Juana Waterfalls and the Mirador Villalba Orocovis shoot amazing vacation photos.

Municipal Government of Orocovis
Phone: 787-867-5000, ext. 2295
Email: info@visitorocovis.info
Facebook: facebook.com/visitorocovis

Top 10 Guayama Attractions

Casa Cautiño Museum – Guayama

Casa Cautiño’s legacy recreates the history of the people of Puerto Rico. Designed by Guayamés architect Manuel Texidor. Built between 1882 – 1887, by the commission of industrial Genaro Cautiño Vázquez. The construction of this museum is…
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Paseo a la Bahía – Guayama

One of the most beautiful squares of Puerto Rico. In its center it is adorned by a beautiful fountain that was brought from France. This was donated in 1918 by the then Mayor of Guayama, Don Genaro Cautiño Insúa (1914-1920). It has 16…
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Cristobal Colon Plaza – Guayama

One of the most beautiful squares of Puerto Rico. In its center it is adorned by a beautiful fountain that was brought from France. This was donated in 1918 by the then Mayor of Guayama, Don Genaro Cautiño Insúa (1914-1920). It has 16…
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