The Caguana Indigenous Ceremonial Site is the Caribbean's most important Taíno archeological site, offering visitors a unique glimpse into the indigenous cultures that inhabited the region before the Spanish colonization. The Caguana site is located in Puerto Rico's mountainous town of Utuado, to the east of the Tanamá River. Administered and protected since 1955 by the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, visitors to the park are allowed to walk through the extensive site, which has 10 "bateys," stone monoliths, and countless petroglyphs.
Entry to the site is only $3.00 and includes entry to the site's small museum room. There's extensive parking on site.