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  • Visit the Heart of Puerto Rico

    Located in the Central Mountain Range in the heart of Puerto Rico, Orocovis has a number of interesting attractions both in the town and in the surrounding area. These include the Orocovis ...

  • Commercial and Residential Developments in Santurce

    Puerto Rican authorities recently announced that investment firm Putnam Bridge will be embarking on a $108 million real estate project which will include, among other things, 252 apartments ...

  • Flora of Puerto Rico’s Northeast Ecological Corridor

    Designated as a protected Nature Reserve of Puerto Rico, the Northeast Ecological Corridor (NEC) is a spectacular untamed coastal region between Luquillo and Fajardo. Covering an area of more ...

  • Visit the Puerto Rican Town of Toa Alta

    Founded in 1751, Toa Alta is one of Puerto Rico's oldest towns and has many fine examples of architecture dating back to that time, such as the San Fernando Rey Church situated in the town ...

  • Birds of Puerto Rico: Puerto Rican Woodpecker

    With its pitch-black body and bright orange-red throat and breast, the Puerto Rican woodpecker (Melanerpes portoricensis) is quite a familiar sight forests, mangroves, parks, gardens and ...

  • Fun and Adventure at Carabalí Rainforest Park

    Located in Luquillo, between the El Yunque National Forest and the Atlantic coastline, Carabalí Rainforest Park offers horseback riding, mountain biking, go-karting and ATV trails, all set in ...

  • Upgrades at Luis Muñoz International Airport

    Named in honor of the first elected-governor of Puerto Rico, the Luis Muñoz International Airport near San Juan serves around 8.5 million passengers every year. More than a dozen airlines ...

  • Leatherback Turtles Make a Comeback on Puerto Rico’s Beaches

    Recent statistics from the Department of Natural and Environmental Resources' Sea Turtle Program reveal that by the end of the third week in June more than 1,700 leatherback turtle nests had ...

  • Going Organic in Santurce

    Puerto Rico's tropical climate and fertile soil makes it possible to grow a wide variety of produce all year around, and yet the island reportedly imports more than 80 percent of its food. ...

  • Puerto Rico’s Annual Culinary Extravaganza

    Saborea Puerto Rico is promoted as 'A Culinary Extravaganza' and visitors who have been to this event are sure to agree with that description. This year Saborea Puerto Rico took place on ...