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Adventure Awaits on Caya Icacos

The beautiful Caya Icacos is one of the string of small islands forming La Cordillera Nature Reserve off the north east tip of Puerto Rico. These uninhabited coral islands – Icacos, Palominitos, Lobos, Diablo and Ratones – are administered by the Department of Natural Resources of Puerto Rico and are popular scuba diving and snorkeling destinations. Many who have explored the area agree that Icacos Island is the most picturesque of the islands and has the most abundant and diverse underwater life.

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Lights and Shadows : Bringing History to Life

Near the screams of the gulls at the Cruise Ship Docks and the hive of activity at Colon’s Square is a fortification that has been listed as a World Heritage Site since 1983. It is one of the biggest fortifications ever built by the Spanish, covering twenty seven acres and is an intimidating site. Castillo San Cristòbal is a breathtaking structure in Old San Juan, which is a vital part of the history of Puerto Rico and the development of the city. To celebrate the history of Puerto Rico and bring the major stories of the past to visitors and locals in a spellbinding way, the Castillo San Cristòbal has become home to a spectacular show, Lights and Shadows.

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Explore The Beautiful Carlos Rosario Beach and Reef

With its lovely sandy beaches, stunning coral reefs, lush green hillsides and friendly people, Puerto Rico’s Culebra is a popular tourist destination. Holiday-makers who choose to travel to Culebra by airplane will be rewarded with a spectacular bird’s-eye view of the Carlos Rosario beach and reef as they approach the island from the northwest. The different shades of green and blue indicate where some of Puerto Rico’s richest coral reefs lie, just waiting to be explored.

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Treat Yourself To A Puerto Rican Cruise

Puerto Rico is known to be an exotic holiday destination, complete with vibrant energy, an island atmosphere and magnificent beaches to enjoy. As the sparkling ocean waters come rushing to the beach, the light breeze caresses your skin and the seagulls call as they soar overhead, you realize that you are just one step away from paradise. Marveling at the beauty of the sea from the shore is a relaxing and tranquil experience, but to truly enjoy the calmness and fun of the waters, why not take a Puerto Rican cruise.

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Museo Casa Wiechers-Villaronga

The city of Ponce in Puerto Rico is a treasure trove of history and culture for visitors to explore, with many superb examples of architecture from a bygone era. Located on Reina Street at Mendez Vigo, the pastel pink and white Museo Casa Wiechers-Villaronga, which was recently restored by the Puerto Rican Institute of Culture, stands out from the surrounding buildings, beckoning passersby to take a look into some of the city’s fascinating history.

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Party Time at Villa Pesquera

Situated around a 45 minutes drive east of Ponce, the friendly seaside town of Patillas, established around the once thriving sugar cane industry, may not be the first place tourists think of stopping off at when visiting the beautiful country of Puerto Rico. But word is starting to get around that, not only is Patillas a place of great natural beauty, but revelers visiting Patillas can enjoy a fun-filled weekend of partying at Barrio Bajo’s Villa Pesquera beach.Read more..

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A Visit to Francisco Oller Art Museum

Located in the city of Bayamon, Puerto Rico, the Francisco Oller Museum is housed in the charming neoclassical building that at one time served as the Bayamon City Hall. Named in honor of renowned Puerto Rican artist, Francisco Manuel Oller Cestero, the museum features fascinating memorabilia relating to the city’s history, arts and sports, as well as some superb examples of the artist’s works along with the works of other local artists, such as Puerto Rican sculptor Tomas Batista.

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Explore the Dona Fela Museum

The Dona Fela Museum in San Juan pays tribute to Felisa Rincón de Gautier (9 January 1897-16 September 1994), who was the Mayor of San Juan from 1946 through to 1968. The museum is located in the house that was once her home, and offers a fascinating glimpse into the life and personality of a woman who was known and respected for her immense compassion, strong convictions and her determination to turn her dreams into reality.

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