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  • Sustainable Forestry in Puerto Rico

    Located at Las Casas de la Selva in the southern mountains adjacent to Puerto Rico's Carite State Forest, Tropic Ventures Sustainable Forestry & Rainforest Enrichment Project is dedicated to ...

    February 2, 2015
  • Visit Puerto Rico’s Pineapple City

    Located on the Atlantic coastline, with Florida to the south, Arecibo to the west and Manati to the east, Barceloneta municipality is divided into six barrios with nineteen sectors. As a ...

    January 19, 2015
  • Amazing Diversity at Montoso Gardens

    Maricao is Puerto Rico's top coffee growing region, with lush vegetation, spectacular birdlife and breathtaking scenery. It is in this paradisiac setting that visitors will find Montoso ...

    December 5, 2014
  • Puerto Rican Sculptor Tomás Batista

    Visitors to Puerto Rico may take note that a number of the island's landmark monuments were created by award-winning Puerto Rican sculptor Tomás Batista. These include the Monumento al ...

    November 29, 2014
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What to See

  • Reserves

    Rio Abajo Forest Reserve

    If you are looking for a great weekend spot, the Rio Abajo Forest Reserve is an excellent place to go. This massive reserve covers more than 5000 acres of land and it features limestone caves, underground rivers, beautiful forests and an abundance of wildlife. The Rio Abajo Forest Reserve is quite easy to find since you need only head out on Route 621 then follow the turn off to the reserve. ...

  • Courses

    Aguirre Golf Club

    Would you like to experience a golfer's paradise? All you need do is visit the Aguirre Golf Club that is situated in the town of Salinas. The Aguirre Golf Club is legendary in Puerto Rico and is well known around the world by all golf lovers. It is interesting to note that the Aguirre Golf Club is nestled in the midst of an old sugar plantation.

  • Sights

    Castillo San Cristobal

    The Castillo de San Cristóbal or St. Christopher Fort is a massive fort that was built by the Spanish in the city of San Juan. The structure extends across 27 acres in a fascinating pattern that makes it an attraction in Puerto Rico which is well worth a visit. In 1983 Puerto Rico's Castillo de San Cristóbal was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site so be sure to explore this fascinating ...

  • Wildlife

    Parrot

    The Puerto Rican Parrot (Amazona vittata), also known as the Puerto Rican Amazon, has been on the endangered list since 1967. Their numbers, both in the wild and in captivity are dangerously low. The Puerto Rican Parrot Recovery Program has been working tirelessly to raise awareness to the plight of this remarkable bird species. The program has been working together with the U.S. Forest ...

  • Hotels

    El Convento Hotel

    If you love history you simply cannot pass up a chance to visit the stunning El Convento Hotel. Appropriately located at 100 Cristo Street in Old San Juan, the establishment offers elegant and luxurious accommodation in a carefully restored 350-year-old Carmelite convent. Its incredible age makes it the oldest member of Historic Hotels of America and it is also the only ‘Small Luxury Hotel’ ...

  • Hotels

    Sheraton

    Four Points at Palmas Del Mar - Located on the beachfront, just 45 minutes from downtown San Juan, the Four Points by Sheraton Resort & Casino at Palmas Del Mar has plenty to offer holidaymakers visiting this scenic spot in Puerto Rico. With beautifully landscaped gardens, sparkling blue swimming pools, tall palm trees swaying in the breeze and a long stretch of sandy beach with waves gently ...

  • Hilton Hotels in Puerto Rico

    Doubletree by Hilton San Juan

    The Doubletree by Hilton San Juan Hotel does not only offer comfort, luxury and relaxation, but it is conveniently located near a number of interesting museums, art galleries and other attractions in San Juan, as well as the Luis Munoz Marin International Airport. With the hotel and its staff priding themselves on quality service and offering the best facilities to their guests, visitors to ...

  • Reference

    Over the course of Puerto Rico’s history the country has been strongly influenced by a number of different cultures. The strongest of these were Spanish and Western, but there are also a number of other cultures which have been merged with these to provide a culture which is unique to Puerto Rico.

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