Because Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the United States, American citizens do not have to present a passport to enter Puerto Rico.
Camuy is about 35 minutes via I-PR-2.
If you fly into San Juan take PR 22 west to Hatillo then take Rt # 2 west to Camuy (travel time is 90 minutes)
- Camuy Caverns
- Camuy River Boardwalk
- Camuy City Square
- Manuel Canelas Museum
- Old Camuyan Casino
- Stone Church "Iglesia de Piedra"
- Los Amadores Beach
- Peñon Brussi Public Beach
" La Balseada del Rio Camuy" (participants travel down river on makeshift crafts.) Annual event celebrated during spring.
" El Mondongazo" traditional food and "mondongo" (cow tripe cooked puertorican stile) are offered during this weekend festival at the end of summer (yearly event)
" El Velorio De Los Reyes" this festivity takes place every 5th of January to celebrate "Three Kings Day" at the town 's main square. Enjoy traditional music. Kiosks around the square offer food and drinks. Local artisans offer their renditions of the "Three Kings" made out of native woods.
There are stores along the streets of the city center. Another shopping experience can be found in Plaza del Norte in Hatillo.
- Lune Du Soleil Spa & Wellness Center This full service spa located on Rt # 2 offers massages, skin, hair and nail care. Their service is as good as any other place found in the big cities. The prices are reasonable and the staff speaks english.
There are many places along Rt#2 to enjoy traditional puertorican food, international food or sea food with local flair. Many people speak english and will be glad to give you directions. Try "El Fogon de Abuela" by the shore close to Penon Amador Beach.
You can try Iguana's Bar & Grill on Rt #2. Travel farther west (also on RT #2) to nearby Parador Guajataca in Quebradillas for Karaoke Night on weekends.
You can stay in "La Rosa del Mar" Hotel or "Punta Maracayo Resort" in nearby Hatillo (10 minutes east of Camuy by Rt #2). Both places are new (built after 2000) and offer good accommodations at a good price.