Attractions in Utuado

Nestled into the western-central portion of the Central Mountain Range, Utuado is a destination that allows tourists to immerse themselves in nature without cutting themselves off completely from modern amenities.  The town is not only on the cusp of some of the most unspoiled natural attractions around, but a tour of the Central Plaza means you'll have a chance to see several buildings of significance to local culture and history. 

Historical Sites

Arecibo Observatory

Like learning about the historical roots of countries you visit? If that's the case, you might want to visit a historical site while on vacation in Utuado.

A landmark worth visiting is Taino Indian Ceremonial Center. It is found 5.1 mi. West-Northwest of central Utuado. Anyone who visits this village will learn all about the natives of Puerto Rico, as well as the culture, customs, and history. Guests will be able to explore the site, and get a sense of how these ancient people lived.

Another common landmark for vacationers is Arecibo Observatory. It is located 6.0 mi. Northwest of central Utuado. The observatory is open to the public from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

Glance through this table to learn more about sites of historical interest near Utuado.

Historic Sites Near Utuado
Name Phone Location
Arecibo Observatory (787) 878-2612 ext. 312 6.0 mi. Northwest of Central Utuado
Taino Indian Ceremonial Center (787) 894-7325 5.1 mi. West-Northwest of Central Utuado

Natural Attractions

Parque Las Cavernals Rio Camuy
Puerto Rico Natural Attractions

Batey Zipline Adventure is one of the natural attractions that's enjoyed by many visitors. <p>A family owned operation with a focus on eco-tourism Batey Zipline Adventure allows visitors to experience local flora and fauna in the most unique and exhilarating way -- by gliding through the forest on a zip-line.</p>

Bosque Estatal De Río Abajo is a second option worth considering. <p>This large park was once nearly bare of all trees, thanks to an aggressive logging industry on the island in the early 1900's. Thankfully, the park was established and a replanting movement went underway, and now this forest has reclaimed 5000 acres of land.</p>

Needless to say, you'll be able to find plenty of other natural attractions. Make your way to this article regarding natural attractions in and near Utuado if you need some more details.

 

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