Casa Pueblo is a community self-management project that is committed to appreciating and protecting natural, cultural and human resources. It was born in 1980 when the government of Puerto Rico wanted to start mining in 17 silver, gold and copper deposits. Mining would have caused an ecological and social catastrophe in 36,000 acres of land in the municipalities of Adjuntas, Utuado, Lares and Jayuya. Among the founding members who started this fight and who still remain are Mrs. Tinti Deyá Díaz and Ing. Alexis Massol González, together with an exemplary corps of volunteers.
Horario: Lunes a Domingo 8:30am - 3:30pm
"The place is paradise. Camping area, camping workshops are given. There are different workshops regarding agriculture and renewable energy. The owners are very friendly. It is a different experience in nature. Near Lake Garza in Adjuntas." .
"Phenomenal, the waterfall is beautiful, the path is through the same rocks from the coffin to the waterfall upriver, about 10 minutes or less, but the area is beautiful. Super recommended for the family. Very good"
"Super good. An incredible adventure. You must be prepared to climb, slip and fall. The route to climb is about 45 minutes. The spectacular view." For more information, Phone: 787-829-0127
"Excellent for camping, it pays tribute to its name. A whole experience staying in such a magical place."
"Excellent my favorite square once a year I pass by to have a delicious cup of coffee in the square and the date is always for December to January for fry time"
"It is very beautiful, extremely quiet, perfect to share with family and children, since it is not very deep."
"Beautiful and quiet, ideal for camping or outing, it has bathrooms, boat ramp and gazebo. You need permission and pay a low fee, it is private."