Caguas Botanical Garden William Miranda Marin, Caguas

(4.4/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
Combine nature and historical sightseeing on your tour of Caguas Botanical Garden William Miranda Marin, a lush green space with the ruins of an old sugar plantation on the grounds. You'll find 24 hectares (60 acres) of impeccably manicured and exotic gardens behind a memorable entrance; an impressive and large waterfall. A map with both English and Spanish instructions details the routes around the gardens and is given with every entrance fee. Continue past the museum and interpretive center to the ruins of the old sugar plantation. Use our Caguas trip generator to visit Caguas Botanical Garden William Miranda Marin on your trip to Caguas, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • I have visited this holiday season. It's fun for the guys for decoration, artistic activities and other amenities. There are kiosks with a variety of refreshing drinks and fried foods, snacks, etc. Refreshing and very familiar.
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  • Jardín Botánico y Cultural is a jewel of our country, where nature, beauty and culture blend together to provide an explosion of green and blue. Complete with tram rides and trails. A lake and two res...  more »
  • Place worth visiting. A place of peace and meditation. The most that I like is the House jibara and food made as our great-grandparents did it.
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