The Eastern Region of Puerto Rico is a Vacationer's Paradise

Nature lovers and watersport enthusiasts will find delight in exploring the Eastern region of Puerto Rico. A wide variety of beautiful destinations and endless activities in cities such as Fajardo, Humacao, Luquillo and Rio Grande, make this area of Puerto Rico a vacationer's paradise.

With its many beautiful beaches Fajardo offers visitors all types of water sport, with snorkeling and scuba diving in the clear, calm waters being very popular. Nature lovers will enjoy the unique ecological systems of Las Cabezas. Boasting some magnificent rivers and a forest running along its coastline, Ceiba is a delight to those who appreciate the wonders of nature. The island of Culebra located around 17 miles off the cost of the mainland has beautiful beaches and enjoys a mild climate for most of the year, making it popular with water sport and outdoor enthusiasts. The city of Guayama has a number of interesting attractions, including the Luis Pales Matos Statue, the Vives Mill and Carite Lake.

The little fishing village of Las Croabas welcomes visitors to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere as well as the natural wonders of the nearby Las Cabezas de San Juan. Rio Grande offers golfers some of the best golfing in Puerto Rico, while the nearby El Yunque and Caribbean Natural Forest offer hikers some unforgettable terrain with protected flora and fauna. Located close to the majestic Cayey Mountain Range, San Lorenzo is noted for its friendly people and interesting attractions, including the Priscilla Flores Theater, the Quintana Ranch and the Rio Grande de Loiza.


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Team - 2011-03-08 07:27:03

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Yujike - 2011-03-04 20:09:43

Fajardo, coastal town, big Anglo presence, el Conquistador Hotel and Casino, las Croabas (the locals can use some help from the government to clean up and spruce up a true beatiful marine environment). Beaches are not that great, Spectacular vistas and local flora and good boating. Good seafood restaurants and services by boat to adjacent island and ferries.. Humacao is dead and they are trying to revive it with redeved on the main plaza. The city's nickname is La Ciudad Gris ( the Gray city, cheereful) and it shows. Good set aside of land at Humacao beach for narure walks and conservation. Beaches not that great. Luquillo is the right beach, good faciities, no big upswells, calm, transparent and warm Atlantic water. Is our family's favorite place in the island (maybe with the exception of Culebra and Vieques beaches) Luquillo gets you to the only rainforest in the U.S. with access from a highway, then a zig zagging narrow road in your ascension to the top of el Yunque. Guayama has preserved many great homes from the 19 century in the town's core. Everything looks very clean and well organized in this city. Love their African heritage and the succulent mangoes and marvel at the Niditos de Gundulen which adorn the power and telephone lines. Good bread and pastries from the bakeries. Luquillo and Guayama would be my choices, Luquillo is closer to San Juan and its night life and Guayama offers the island local foods, music and entertainment, at all hours of the day.

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Mario Vargas - 2010-11-15 14:33:25

Mi nombre es Mario Vargas estoy buscando a un viejo amigo mio que no veo desde 1985, su nombre es Reinaldo Torres oriundo de Ciales Puerto Rico, nosotros trabajabamos en Robert Hall alla en New York y su domicilio era en el Bronx NY. Si alguien lo conoce o sabe de él comunicarse conmigo a Gracias

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