With three bioluminescent bays, Puerto Rico has the largest concentration of bio bays in the world, and you can kayak them all. Here’s everything you should know to plan the best bio bay kayaking trip.
A first-person account of my experience before, during, and after Hurricane Maria’s trail of destruction in Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico might be an extended territory of the United States, but this small Caribbean island counts with a rich culture and history of its own that is far from the typical US sights.
Cueva Ventana is one of the recently exposed natural wonders of Puerto Rico that everyone should explore and enjoy.
San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, has so much to offer –stunning beaches, tropical forests, colonial old towns, vivid nightlife, and tantalizing food, among others. Spending just 24 hours on this Caribbean city might seem too short to truly appreciate this culture. But, there are ways you can enjoy the best of San Juan
El Morro, one of the most iconic structures in San Juan, serves as an inspirational and educative destination to the historic character of Puerto Rico.
There’s no doubt that Puerto Rico is full of natural marvels, but one of the most impressive and not so explored are the Angeles Cave in the Rio Camuy Cave Systems. Caving at this system is an must have experience for any adventurer!
There is so much to do and see in Puerto Rico that can easily overwhelm any traveler visiting the island for the first time. Here are some simple tips that can help you plan your tropical adventure in a successful way.
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