Cueva del Arco
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Cueva del Arco is a waterfall natural bridge eroded through karst by Rio Tanama. It is the largest (in terms of span), most photogenic, and easiest to reach of six such bridges carved by that river. It has a span of 70 feet and a height of 120 feet. For more information, photos, and maps for this and other arches in Puerto Rico, see our GIS Puerto Rico section. Photo by Jay Wilbur.

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