Naguabo

(nah-GWAH-bo)

Naguabo is known as "El Pueblo de los Enchumbaos" (the town of the soaked ones). Naguabo was founded in July 15, 1821. Derives its name from a local Indian Chief Naguabo.

Naguabo is located in the east coast of the island, north of Humacao; south of Río Grande and Ceiba; and east of Las Piedras.


Cayo Santiago (Photo: Maria Ximena Hernandez)

There are many well-known "naguabeños", among them:

  • Pedro C. Timohee
  • Orlando Rodríguez Cabreras
  • Arturo Gallardo Woods
  • former first lady Inés María Mendoza
  • composer Pedro Flores
  • comedian Ramon del Rivero "Diplo"
  • singer Carmen Delia Dipini
  • Tito Henriquez

Naguabo is made up of 10 barrios (wards/districts):

  • Cubuy
  • Daguao
  • Duque
  • Húcares
  • Santiago y Lima
  • Maizales
  • Mariana
  • Peña Pobre
  • Pueblo
  • Río Blanco

Things to See and Do In Naguabo

Want to know what to see and do in Naguabo? Discover few ideas for exploring and enjoying the city.

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Festivals and Events

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Symbols

Naguabo Flag Naguabo Coat of Arms

Anthem: Hacia el este de las Islas Antillanas...

Education

There are 13 public schools in Naguabo, education is handled by the Puerto Rico Department of Education.

Climate

10 Day Forecast

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Did You Know?

As a result of the Spanish-American War in 1898, Cuba became independent and Puerto Rico was annexed to the United States.