a VirtualTourist member from Pleasantville
My husband & I have been to Guanica before but we will be traveling for the first time to Casa Grande Parador, which is near Dos Bocas, and the next morning we plan to drive to the Camuy Caves. Our daughter and her family will be driving to meet us at Casa Grande from San Juan. None of us have done either of these trips. We hear it can be difficult and long. Has anyone had any experience with this? Have we bitten off more than we can chew? We then planned to drive back to Guanica that evening, but could stay one more night at Casa Grande. Also, if any of you seasoned veterans know of great places to either eat or just visit on the way, we'd love any suggestions.
You do have an awful lot of driving ahead of you! I have lived here for two years and frequent all different parts of the island. I have even taken friends out to Utuado and Casa Grande. The caves are easily accesible from there, but I am not sure about heading down south to Guanica afterwards. Were you only wanting to go down there because you have been there before?
The road to Casa Grande is winding and beautiful, but it is a long slow trip.
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