Camuy River (Rio Camuy), Camuy

#56 of 64 in Nature in Puerto Rico
Water Body · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Camuy River (Spanish: Río Camuy; pron. ka-MOO-ee) is a river in Puerto Rico. It is the third largest underground river in the world and helped shape the cave system known as the Rio Camuy Caves.
The river and water flow systems of Río Camuy have been studied by the US Geological Service in 1995.
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  • It's very beautiful... just breathtaking. I loved going there with my family and seeing the river ad the caves. I wish I had never left.  more »
  • One of the largest underground rivers in the world. Very famous around the area. Starts at the beautiful mountains  more »
  • Was on my way to visit Tokyo, had fun stopping by Puerto Rico on my way there. Sadly, I met a chicken that had two holes in its stomach and its blood drained out... locals say it was a Chookacobruh... seems weird.
  • I visited this river during my trip to Puerto Rico. It was a great river. My dog, Big Bird, approved of this river as well.

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