Caguas is one of Puerto Rico’s most diverse and important historical areas – a town rich in Creole heritage and home to an abundance of natural beauty and superlative shopping. Once the home of the indigenous Taino group, Caguas has also known Spanish, British and Dutch residents, the remnants of which can be best experienced by simply walking the town, exploring the beautiful boardwalk or following the Route of the Creole Heart at the Traditional Urban Center.
Address: Caguas, Puerto Rico
2 Tours and Activities to Experience Caguas
Immerse yourself in the cultural history of Puerto Rico during this half-day tour to historic Caguas with lunch and visits to its major attractions. Situated just 20 miles (32km) south of San Juan, Caguas is home to a number of intriguing sights, including its Botanical and Cultural Garden, along with its restored sugar mill. Listen as your guide teaches you about Puerto Rico’s indigenous Taíno people, and take a walking tour on the Route of the Creole Heart. The day also includes all entrance fees and round-trip transportation from San Juan hotels.
This experience is a unique blend of activities and some secret places that are not known to tourist. This is an immersion into some of Puerto Rico's less known cultural gems. We touch up on diverse aspects. Lunch on the Pork Route, walk, climb and dip at a Cold Spring, and a soothing Hot Spring for R&R. 45 minutes (Lunch), 25 minutes (Vista), 60 minutes (Climb & Cold Spring), 120 minutes (Hot Spring), 20 minutes (Coffee and/or Ice-Cream) respectively.
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
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