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  • 1

    Blue Beach

    9 reviews

    Exclusive beach in Vieques island, which is part of Puerto Rico. It is located within a beautiful Natural Reserve.

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  • 2

    Bosque Estatal De Guánica

    7 reviews

    A desert! On the southwest coast of a tropical island. Amazing the little things that such a small island like Puerto Rico has to offer.

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  • 3

    Cueva La Ventana

    22 reviews

    Cueva Ventana is located in Arecibo, close to the Arecibo/Utuado border, just off of Route 10. It is amazingly easy to get to once you know how. Actually, there are 2 caves here that one can enter — and they are right next to each other. The view is Amazing!

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  • 4

    Bacardi Rum Factory

    43 reviews

    If you like free drinks then this is the excursion for you...but that was the best part of this trip. I enjoyed my two free drinks and the fact that you don't have to pay for this tour, yes its free! I was a little bored during the tour, but maybe I should have waited to have my drinks after ...

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  • 5

    Balneario La Monserrate - AKA Luquillo Beach

    17 reviews

    Best beach of Puerto Rico. 10 minutes from La Loma.Stay there and relax for a good day in the beach.

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  • 6

    Old San Juan

    65 reviews

    Old San Juan is the capital of Puerto Rico and is encompassed by the centuries old Spanish fortifications built to defend San Juan's harbor. These fortifications are maintained by the Nat'l Park Service as a National Historic Site. Old San Juan also has a lively inner city with modern chains from Starbucks to Burger King inhabiting old buildings within the ...

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  • 7

    Bioluminescent Bay Kayak Tour

    30 reviews

    One of the wonders of the world, bioluminescent bays are extremely rare. There are only around 7 of these in the world, and Puerto Rico is blessed with 3 of them! One is in Las Croabas, in Fajardo. See the water glow under the moonlight as microorganisms react to every movement in the water. You'll have kayaks in the apartment!

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  • 8

    Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park

    9 reviews

    Unbelievable.....words can not describe my experience at Tour #2 "The Beast"

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  • 9

    Domes Beach

    6 reviews

    Domes beach is at the end of the road outside of Rincon. Some of the best surfing in the Caribbean, beautiful sunsets, and a laid back atmosphere. Great place to spend a day or a few!

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  • 10

    El Yunque National Forest

    5 reviews

    El Yunque Rainforest is perfect for a hike and exploring, as well as seeing and playing in some amazing waterfalls. Turns out the Mt. Britton Trail was a pretty popular trail, for both locals and tourists alike. I loved seeing all the people there having fun. We had no idea how many people would be at La Mina Falls. There ...

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  • 11

    El Yunque

    4 reviews

    The most perfect thing to do here is go to El Yunque National Forest. Amazing waterfalls with a glimpse of local culture, plus street vendors outside the rainforest makes for a perfect day.

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  • 12

    Camuy Caves Park

    8 reviews

    Puerto Rico has a lot of caves, and they are all great. Unlike some of the others, Camuy is very organized - tram ride to the caves, guided tour - very informative and interesting. Site is beautiful - lush and green, well kept, and the cave system is stunning. Worth a day trip from anywhere in PR!

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  • 13

    Crashboat Beach

    17 reviews

    The beach was nice, the boats sitting awaiting more photographers, but it was definitely more crowded than most of the other beaches we visited between Rincon and Isabela. Lots of families, small children, picnics and beer coolers on the weekend day we visited.

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  • 14

    Arecibo Lighthouse

    8 reviews

    2 min. from apt.

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  • 15

    Villa Marina Yacht Basin

    5 reviews

    We leaved from these docks for our cruise with Barefoot IV from Castillo Tours, (787)791-6195 or (787)726-5752, 45 people max. Watch for iguanas in the port entrance!!

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  • 16

    Parque Las Cavernas Rio Camuy

    4 reviews

    A must See!! Las Cavernas del rio Camuy are an amazing natural beauty located between three towns/ municipalities in PR. You can see mother nature at it best. Beautiful rocks formations, underground river, bats and more. They have guided Spanish and English tours. Very caring and professional staff. Take a good camera with you so you can take gorgeous pictures. ...

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  • 17

    Museo de Arte e Historia

    3 reviews
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  • 18

    Reserva Natural de las Cabezas de San Juan

    3 reviews

    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 provide easy access. A restored 19th century lighthouse, El Faro, is situated on one of the headlands ...

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  • 19

    Ramey's Skate & Splash Park

    3 reviews

    Great skate park with ramps, and a great way to keep the kids cool at the splash park, very affordable under $10

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  • 20

    Las Cavernas del Rio Camuy

    31 reviews

    This is a must see at a great price point but check there web site to make sure they are open.

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