The island of Puerto Rico is a popular Caribbean vacation destination, especially for American travelers who do not possess a passport. .
Aside from the wide variety of beaches, the island offers numerous beach vacation resorts, watersports, restaurants, shopping, and a very exciting nightlife.
While most of Puerto Rico is Americanized, Old San Juan and the countryside provide a more authentic Puerto Rican experience.
We suggest getting out of the typical tourist venues, and experience the true flavor of the island. Most of the local restaurants serve very good local fare, and the price will
be far cheaper than eating at your hotel/resort or other American styled establishments.
Puerto Rico moves to a distinctive Latin beat. This is a combination of a relaxing destination, and high powered city life - especially if you are staying near the San Juan area.
Puerto Rico El Yunque rainforest is a sub tropical mountainous forest located in the eastern part of Puerto Rico, and a popular tourist destination.
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Puerto Rico has a variety of beaches that stretches over 270 miles from black, magnetic sand to secluded golden sand beaches, and miles of stunning sand along fabulous beachfront properties.
San Juan is the largest home-based cruise port in the world. Twenty-eight vessels use San Juan as their home port, and each year new cruise ships either originate or call at the port.
Statue of Eugenio María de Hostos (The Citizen of the Americas), by José Buscaglia, commerates this famous Puerto Rican educator, philosopher, intellectual, lawyer, sociologist and independence advocate.
The video has soothing music background, however if you're at work, you might want to turn the volume down
El Yunque National Forest is managed by the U.S. Forest Service. The forest has extensive hiking trails and picnic facilities. Here are a few of the numerous exotic flowers, and plants found in the rainforest, and a video featuring the rainforest.