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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 ...

  • 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! ...

  • Villa Del Sol Lives up to its Name!

    One of the most attractive and inviting stretches of beach in Puerto Rico is the Isla Verde Beach. The sunniest part of the coast, it offers solitude during the week and a vibrant beach scene on ...

  • Delightful Postres Endings!

    It makes calorie sense to eat lightly during the main course of a Puerto Rico meal, because the postres or desserts are worth a wait! Sorry, there is not much room for people with diabetes, but ...

  • Guayaberas – Fashion Statement for Men

    A men’s shirt that has gained popularity as a formal or party dress everywhere is the guayabera. Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the whole of Latin America claim that the guayabera originated from ...

  • The Music of Puerto Rico: Rafael Antonio Nazario

    Rafael Antonio Nazario’s debut CD 'Patria Anorada', released in 1999 was runaway hit. The reason behind this success is probably the emotional yearnings that come through and the bonding the ...

  • The Glorious Sopas of Puerto Rico

    So you have been to Puerto Rico! Now everyone and his cousin will expect you to be an accomplished chef in terms of Puerto Rico recipes, though you may have visited the Caribbean territory for ...

  • Marry in the Haven of Puerto Rico!

    Puerto Rico weddings are in as romance in the balmy climes of Puerto Rico is a certainty. The prospects of a vacation in the Caribbean, without ever having to leave the security and the ...

  • Puerto Rico’s Laguna Tortuguero

    Laguna Tortuguero in Vega Baja is one of the largest lakes in Puerto Rico, although it is not much like the lakes we’re familiar with. Fed by rainwater, freshwater springs and natural drainage, ...

  • Guánica Forest Reserve near Ponce, Puerto Rico

    Guánica is a town of about 10,000 people located on the southwest coast of Puerto Rico, roughly 20 miles west of the large city of Ponce. Originally named “Guaynía”, it was the place where Ponce ...