Arecibo Observatory, Esperanza, Puerto Rico

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Esperanza, Arecibo 00612 PR

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  • 2 mentions in Planning 2 weeks in Puerto Rico: help!

    • Eric L.

      Eric L. said, " have Río Camuy park which is pretty nice. It's a state park, decently maintained, closed on Mondays. It's also near Arecibo Observatory which is an amazing thing to see. Mostly though, you'll want to bring an appetite. the food all over..." See More

    • Suzanne K.

      Suzanne K. said, "...list of to do: Old San Juan, Bioluminescent Bay in Fajardo & Culebra), Cueva del Indio, Cueva Ventana, Cuevas De Camuy, Arecibo Observatory, Tanamá, Bacardi Distillery Entry, Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park, El Yunque National Forest among a lot other attractions...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best places to pig out and explore in San Juan?

    • Eric L.

      Eric L. said, " crystal clear and its a very quiet peaceful beach. Other unique things to do that I enjoy there are the Arecibo Observatory and the Parque Nacional Cavernas del Rio Camuybut both of those are further west so you'd either need a..." See More

  • 1 mention in 12 days over Xmas in Puerto Rico- best places to go and things to see?

    • Eric L.

      Eric L. said, "...other major claim to it is the Caribe Hilton, not a bad idea to visit their pool bar and have one. Arecibo Observatory is great to see, it's an amazing piece of construction. Beachwise, I've always enjoyed Seven Seas Beach, and also..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to stay for extra nights in San Juan and what should we see?

    • Eric L.

      Eric L. said, "...the mercy of schedules. My favorite things to do there are Bacardi Distillery Entrywhich is something I visit every trip. The Arecibo Observatory is amazing, but a bit further of a drive, up a mountainsideThe Parque Nacional Cavernas del Rio Camuy is..." See More

  • 1 mention in Non-touristy things to do in Puerto Rico?

    • Brian L.

      Brian L. said, "...I only spent 3 rainy days in Puerto Rico, but I took a self-guided back-roads tour to the slightly remote Arecibo Observatory, the world's largest radio telescope. It was featured in a few different movies, including the final climax scene of..." See More