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With its diverse tropical landscape, white-sand beaches and swaggering history, Puerto Rico is a Caribbean treasure. Puerto Rico is a Caribbean island and unincorporated U.S. territory with a landscape of mountains, waterfalls and the El Yunque tropical rainforest. In San Juan, the capital and largest city, the Isla Verde area is known for its hotel strip, beach bars and casinos. Its Old San Juan neighborhood features colorful Spanish colonial buildings and El Morro and La Fortaleza, massive, centuries-old fortresses.

Castillo San Felipe del Morro :

Castillo San Felipe del Morro is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Puerto Rico,the iconic lookout is even on the island's license plate. The fortification dates back to the 16th century, during Spanish rule. There are no guides, but you can hire someone to show you around Old San Juan, including a stop at El Morro. Anyone bored by history or who can't be out in the sun too long should skip it, but the scale and longevity inspire awe among most visitors.

Vaca Negra :

A local maker of fine aged cheeses. They offer tours, for which they gather a small group to learn about what they do, have a cheese tasting, and then make their own cheese that will be available in two months. Make the reservation for brunch here as well as the tour, for the full experience. Most of the people who come to Vaca Negra will be a fan of their cheeses already, or interested in how it's made. The focus on local, agroecological ingredients stands out.

Parque Nacional de las Cavernas del Río Camuy :

Parque Nacional de las Cavernas del Río Camuy, a natural limestone cave system, is a family-friendly natural wonder. And the Río Camuy that runs through it is the third-largest underground river in the world. It's a grand experience that provides a lot of photo ops, particularly Clara Cave, which you need to visit via a ticketed trolley tour. If you're visiting Puerto Rico for the island's outdoor sights and adventures, don't skip this.

Playa La Pocita :

The beach Playa La Pocita is close to Piñones, the long line of kiosks serving traditional Puerto Rican cuisine like alcapurrias and pastelillos. The low price of food and drinks, the free access to the beach, and the fact that an Uber from the city won't cost more than $10 makes this an extremely worthwhile way to spend a day so long as you have all the beach gear you need with you.



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Joel Kieth – May 03, 2018:

It was just very cool to see a little bit of the inner geography of the island. The hairpin turns up and down the mountains lead to some awesome scenery. We stopped at the top of a mountain at a little bar/ restaurant and were fed some lunch without even looking at a menu. The owner offered us some slow roasted pork, along with the traditional native red beans and rice. Going back again cause we loved it so much. Have Fun!

Disha Kshrisagar – October 01, 2019:

Puerto Rico is one of the islands in the caribbean with natural beauties. The people are very, very friendly. The culture is rich & beautiful. This is a must visit destination!! Puerto Rico "La Isla Del Encanto" translation " The Isle of Enchantment".

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