Camuy River Cave Park

March 23rd, 2016 by

Las Cuevas de Camuy, as the locals call it, is one of the most popular natural attractions in Puerto Rico. Located on the north coast of the island, this cave is the third largest underground cave system in the world. There are walking tours available where you can witness the true beauty of this 300 acre park, from the lush foliage on the rolling side of the mountain to underground rivers and awe inspiring stalagmites and stalactites. The park is complete with trolly rides down the mountain. Learn more here…

Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park

March 23rd, 2016 by

For thrill seekers, Toro Verde is the perfect day trip. Home to the longest zipline in the world, the park also offers suspended bridges, rappelling down rock walks, hiking trails, and mountain biking. The zip line courses deliver breathtaking scenery as you fly over the tropical forests. Travel & Leisure magazine recently rated this park the 23rd Coolest New Attraction in the World to visit. And with the newly renovated main building, you can enjoy a meal with a view after you have had your fill of adventure for the day. Learn more here…

Island of Culebra

March 23rd, 2016 by

The charming island of Culebra is 17 miles east of the mainland, and is the ultimate destination for rest and relaxation. With only a small boutique hotel, and a handful of inns, guests feel as if they have traveled to a place where time has stood still. Among many beautiful sights, the island also lays claim to Flamenco Beach, awarded one of the world’s best beaches many times over. Snorkeling is a treasured activity on this island, as the coral reefs are among the healthiest in the Caribbean, as well as kayaking, hiking and beachcombing. Learn more here…

Island of Vieques

March 23rd, 2016 by

Vieques, pronounced, “Bee-eh- kes” by the locals, is a unique Caribbean island experience to say the least. The world renowned beaches and secluded bays within this protected national refuge are clear and pristine, surrounded by lush tropical flora. Wild horses run free on the north shore beaches of La Chata, and by night kayakers experience the magic of the bio-luminescent bay. After all of your adventures one can sit back and relax with tantalizing local fare and drink. Learn more here…

El Yunque National Rainforest

March 23rd, 2016 by

Puerto Rico’s very own tropical rainforest, ‘El Yunque,’ is a lush, biologically diverse ecosystem home to hundreds of native animal and plants species.. Visitors can discover the secrets of El Yunque on guided tours, or adventure through the many marked hiking trails. Stunning waterfalls, rainbow showers, and an observation tower are all of part of the journey through this stunning landscape. As the only tropical rainforest in the US National Forest system, this experience cannot be missed. Learn more about El Yunque here…