My Guide to Puerto Rico

Discover the top things to do and places to eat near my Puerto Rico property for your next vacation.
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Reserva Natural de las Cabezas de San Juan

Las Cabezas reserve is one of the most beautiful and bio-diverse natural areas in Puerto Rico. The reserve contains seven different ecological systems including coral reefs, sandy beaches, lagoons, mangroves and dry forest. It is also home to several endangered species. Boardwalk trails...

El Yunque National Forest

El Yunque National Forest is the sole tropical rain forest in the U.S. National Forest System. The rain forest is noted for its year-round tropical climate and its biodiversity. Visitor's Center, hikes, trails, waterfalls, observation sites, etc.. www.fs.fed.us/r8/caribbean/...

Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU)

Only 30 mins away from Bosque del Mar, 45 mins with traffic.

Vieques

Just 7 miles east, Vieques is remarkable, not only for its stunning natural beauty and charm, but also because it remains far from the touristic masses. Exquisite beaches, also has its own bioluminescent bay.

Culebra Island

See Vieques note. Culebra is even less developed. Flamenco Beach is its crown jewel, a breathtaking mile-long arc of pale sand.

Old San Juan

Old San Juan, our ancient walled city where you can learn about our history and visit the Spanish forts, museums, galleries and shops, plazas and patios- and a myriad of restaurants from the local cuisine to the most sophisticated and trendy spots in the island. Everything is within comfortable...