The Camuy Beach front villa promises astonishing views of the Atlantic Ocean. Here you will enjoy the panoramic vistas of the blue sparkling sea as well as have fun adventuring to attractions from this Caribbean villa haven.
Offering a full array of amenities, Camuy Beach front Villa can accommodate 6 guests on beds.
The Villa will offer you the house of your dreams: right in front of the beach!
After breakfast, go horseback riding or go to the Amador Point Beach or explore nearby adventures in the areas local island culture, including the markets, fishing, snorkeling, surfing, ice-skating, golfing and whale watching or visit the Arecibo Observatory and Light House, Tortuguero Lagoon Natural Reserve, (wetland, habitat and nesting for aquatic wildlife) and Rio Camuy Cave Park (underground water caves),
Cambalathe Forest (mountain biking, hiking and bird-watching.) You may too want to take an island ferry or a day trip by boat.
One of the best must see sightseeing trips is to Rio Camuy Cave Park. Directions are: from Arecibo, on the north shore, go southwest along Route 129 to the Park. The park is an incredible 268-acre site of the subterranean caverns which were carved out over one million years ago by the Camuy River. The impeccably maintained trails descend 200 feet through a fern filled ravine and down to the cathedral-like caverns.
The Rio Camuy Caves is a fascinating hidden underground world. One such unique species found there are fish that are totally blind. Rio Camuy Cave Park is the third-largest cave system in the world. Sixteen entrances have been explored with 11 kilometers (7 miles) of passages. is A special attraction is The Cueva Clara with a passage of 695 feet (210m) in length. At the park there are picnic areas, walking trails, food facilities, an exhibition hall and a souvenir shop. This a very interesting way to spend an entire day. This park is naturally very popular, so reservations are must. Open Wednesdays through Sundays and holidays; 8am to 4pm.
The Camuy territory is located on the Valley of Quebradillas. It borders the Atlantic Ocean and is north of Lares; east of Quebradillas and west of Hatillo. Its rivers are: the Cibao and the Camuy.