Caminata Across Puerto Rico – List of Cities & Towns

After much discussion about the cities and towns in Puerto Rico that we will visit a final route has emerged. It covers about 140-miles from sea-to-sea with much of it crossing the Cordillera Central Mountain range of the island. By the end of the journey we will have walked through about 20-25 municipalities, including a final 17-mile walk from San Juan to Loíza, the capital of tradition.

Sin Cita/Without Appointment will visit the following cities and towns on the dates listed below. If you have friends or relatives that live in some of the areas we will visit, please let them know what we are doing and they are welcomed to join the walk for a few blocks or miles at any point in our journey. This walk is about connecting with people and communities.

9/07/19 Day 01:Quebradillas to Arecibo, 15.5 miles 

9/08/19 Day 02:Arecibo to Las Caninas I, 12 miles 

9/09/19 Day 03:Las Casninas I to Utuado, 10 miles 

9/10/19 Day 04:Utuado to Iglesia San Pedro y San Pablo, Utuado 

9/11/19 Day 05:Iglesia San Pedro y San Pablo to Jayuya, 7.5 miles. Halfway Point. 

9/12/19 Day 06:Jayuya to El Encanto Bar & Grill, PR-564, Orocovis 12 mi. 

9/13/19 Day 07:  El Encanto Bar & Grill, PR-564, to Orocovis, 10 miles. 

9/14/19 Day 08:Orocovis to Barranquitas, 8 miles. 

9/15/19 Day 09:Barranquitas to Comerio, 9 miles. 

 9/16/19 Day 10: Comerio via Cidra to Certenejas, 10 miles.

9/17/19 Day 11: Certenejas to Calle Jorge Haddock, Caguas, 8 miles (Location that received most rainfall during Hurricane Maria, 37.9 in.) 

9/18/19 Day 12:Calle Jorge Haddock, Caguas to Restaurant Refranes, Montones, Las Piedras, 12 miles. 

9/19/19 Day 13: Las Piedras, Humacao, to Iglesia Evangélica Congregacional, Comunas, Yabucoa 11 miles. 

9/20/19 Day 14:Iglesia Evangélica Congregacional, Comunas, Yabucoa to Playa El Cocal, Yabucoa, 9 miles (mile marker 137)

9/21/19 Day 15: Rest Day

Street Art in Loiza, courtesy of Bouriqua Chicks

9/22/19 Day 16: San Juan to Loiza, 17.5 miles

Many of the towns we will pass through on the walk in the Cordillera Central Mountains will be some of the one’s hardest hit by Hurricane Maria.