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Carite Forest Reserve
Carite is a 6,000-acre reserve with a dwarf forest that was produced by the region's high humidity and moist soil. The highest point is Cerro La Santa, at 3,000 feet. From several peaks there are panoramic views of Ponce and the Caribbean Sea. Fifty species of birds live in the forest, making this spot a recognized area for birding. There is a picnic area and 10 campgrounds (permit is necessary for camping).
Rt. 184
(787) 722-1726
Monumento al Jibaro
Luis A. Ferré Highway
Museo de Arte Dr. Pío López Martínez
The musuem was officially inaugurated on June 11, 1979. The collection of the museum is composed of the artistic work and the belongings of the painter Ramón Frade. The collection includes oils, watercolors, pastels and drawings as well as its library, furniture and documents. Open Mon-Fri from 8am to 4:30pm and Sat-Sun from 11am to 5pm. Works of another well-known artist, Lorenzo Homar, are also exhibited.
(787) 738-2161 x 2209, 2191

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