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Ecotourism in Puerto Rico

August 14, 2017

While many people are content enjoying the incredible facilities available at Palmas del Mar beach resort, others have a yearning to see more. For some, that means identifying the island’s most adventurous terrain and finding ways to enjoy these natural wonders. No matter what you’re into, there are so many incredible things to do in puerto rico, and there is something for everyone.

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Bioluminescent Bays
Looking for something cool and unique to do? Don’t miss Puerto Rico’s spectacular Bio-bays. This incredible and unique natural phenomena is both memorable and an incredible photo op. It’s nature’s version of disco lights! Go on a kayak tour and watch as the fluorescent glow surrounds your boat in an almost unreal, sci-fi way. Though these tours attract many visitors, the operators have worked to keep these natural resources clean and healthy for all to enjoy.

Pterocarpus Forest
Located in Palmas del Mar, this beautiful, natural forest is both convenient and fun to explore. You can enjoy walking on the many trails that take you by swamps, bunkers, beaches, a fern trail, and there are even covered gazebos for picnics. Bike rentals are available at the front entrance, or you can kayak, paddle boat or fish in the canal. If you prefer a guide, ecotours are available.

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El Yunque
The most beloved natural attraction in Puerto Rico, El Yunque is the only tropical rainforest in the United States National Forest System. The 28,000 acres of tropical wonder are amazingly beautiful, diverse and an important part of the country’s folklore. Here, you can find 200 species of trees and other plants and animals, some of which are unique to this area. Come explore this impressive scenery on a variety of hiking trails, ranging from easy to expert. Follow the trail to the waterfall, where public swimming is allowed.

Vieques and Culebra Islands
If you want a perfect, natural place to enjoy nature without the crowds, take a short ferry ride to this magical island owned by Puerto Rico. Head to Flamenco Beach and revel in the joy of being on sands ranked among the world’s best beaches. The warm, teal water and soft sand are peaceful and relaxing, rather than commercialized, and the snorkeling is excellent due to a thriving coral reef.

Though Puerto Rico offers many enjoyable commercial attractions, these beautiful parts of the island’s natural environment are worth exploring. Each of these Puerto Rican excursions offers a unique and special perspective unavailable elsewhere.