Not an amusement park this is a fascinating site if you are truly into history and archaeology. Glad it has been preserved but hope government continues to support it.
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This place is awesome! Learned so much Esteban was very knowledgeable and friendly . He answered all my husband questions,and believe you me he had a lot. Very patient provided direction to other attractions within the area. Highly recommend my fellow brothers and sisters to...More
I remember having been here a few times before and you could see all 12 squares and there was a little indian village (like the one on the photo). This time around, the only things you can see is half of three of the squares...More
The museum is in the exact conditions as 25 years ago. No impromvent of the site. Need to land on this century ASAP!!!!! After my first visit 25 years ago I was hoping to show my Kids some improvement but was in worse conditions than...More
The museum is very informative and I learned somethings about the tainos and the pre-tainos on the island before them, the park is a nice walk and you get to see the ball court and other stone structures they built, the only thing is that...More
If this is the best we can do at maintaining our Indian heritage....!!! Just a bunch of rocks laying around with no explanation whatsoever, the guide does a fairly good job once you get him warmed up.
The museum and ruins don't take much time to see - an hour or two tops. The ruins basically consist of some small stone walls with a few very faint petroglyphs. No trails to hike.