Connecting the towns of Quebradillas and Isabela is the historic Guajataca Tunnel. Established in 1911, the tunnel’s main purpose was to provide a pathway for the transport of sugarcane products and machineries. Aside from the trip down memory lane to Puerto Rico’s sugarcane era, the Guatajaca Tunnel is also adjacent to the Guajataca beach – a rather magnificent view of white sand beach, clear pristine water, rough waves and cool breeze. The Guatajaca Tunnel has since been closed for transportation in 1953 and has been opened for visits from tourists and locals instead.
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