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Puerto Rico’s Las Cavernas de Camuy

If you are looking for an exciting new activity to enjoy whilst traveling to Puerto Rico, try the Las Cavernas de Camuy. This massive network of subterranean caverns make up a 268-acre park filled with beautiful limestone rock formations and other natural wonders. The park is situated to the Southwest of San Juan and it takes two-hours to drive from San Juan to the caverns at de Camuy.

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The Taino Indians: The Original Puerto Ricans

When Christopher Columbus landed in what is now called Puerto Rico on November 19, 1493 he was surprised to find that the island he named San Juan Bautista was already inhabited by a Native American tribe called the Taino. It’s estimated that as many as 50,000 Taino lived on Puerto Rico at the time of Columbus’ arrival. They seemed to have led an idyllic existence, hunting and fishing from dugout canoes and growing crops of cassava, sweet potato, and garlic among others.

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Reggaetoneros – Wisin and Yadel

Wisin and Yandel, also known as Juan Luis Morera and Llandel Veguilla, came together in 1998 as young seventeen and eighteen years olds, that had only a dream. Living in Cayey, in Puerto Rico, their paths crossed at a reggaeton party. At the time of their meeting, Wisin wanted to be a rap artist and Yandel, a barber at the time, wrote songs. With a songwriter and singer combination, the two young boys set out to achieve their ambitions. It had never occurred to them that they would receive the fame and support that they have today.

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‘El Coquí’ - Puerto Rico’s Little Frog

If you visit Puerto Rico you will find that each evening the air becomes alive with the sound of song. However, this unique and alarmingly loud croaking sound does not come from a bird. It comes from a pretty little frog barely bigger than the average person’s thumbnail. Known as a coquí, it is clear that Puerto Rico’s little frog was named for its sound. It must have taken quite some time for early inhabitants of the country to figure out that such a big noise was coming from such a tiny creature.

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Baños de Coamo: Fountain of Youth

The town of Coamo is located about 10 miles east of the city of Ponce, and both places can cite the intrepid explorer, conquistador and governor in their history. Juan Ponce de Leon, of course, was the first governor of Puerto Rico. He landed on the island (called San Juan Bautista at the time) in 1508 to assume the island’s administration. Ponce de Leon is also associated intimately with the legend of the Fountain of Youth.

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Surfing Puerto Rico

Serious surfers know that the three best places to surf in the USA are Hawaii, California and Puerto Rico. Of these, Puerto Rico is perhaps the least famous - but that’s the way many top surfers like it. No crowds, clean water and reasonable accommodations are all big parts of Puerto Rico’s appeal to surfers in search of the Next Big Wave.

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Cerro La Punta, The High Point of Puerto Rico

Cerro de Punta, at 4,389 feet tall, is Puerto Rico’s tallest mountain. Unlike many Caribbean mountains, Cerro de Punta is not a volcano but simply the highest point in La Cordillera Central (The Central Mountain ranges) that divides the island by running in an east-west pattern. In a way of comparison, the highest peak in the eastern United States is North Carolina’s Mt. Mitchell, which rises to a height of 6,684 feet above sea level. Cerro de Punta is located close to the center of Puerto Rico in the town of Jayuya.

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Rare Plants of the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge

It is not common to ask ‘what are the things to do in Puerto Rico’, because the very name of the territory conjures up images of sunshine, great food, pristine beaches, and unlimited fun! However, thanks to the generosity and wisdom of the U.S. Navy, Puerto Rico is also a naturalist’s delight.

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