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  • Puerto Rico’s Las Cavernas de Camuy

    If you are looking for an exciting new activity to enjoy whilst traveling to Puerto Rico, try the Las Cavernas de Camuy. This massive network of subterranean caverns make up a 268-acre park ...

  • The Taino Indians: The Original Puerto Ricans

    When Christopher Columbus landed in what is now called Puerto Rico on November 19, 1493 he was surprised to find that the island he named San Juan Bautista was already inhabited by a Native ...

  • Reggaetoneros – Wisin and Yadel

    Wisin and Yandel, also known as Juan Luis Morera and Llandel Veguilla, came together in 1998 as young seventeen and eighteen years olds, that had only a dream. Living in Cayey, in Puerto Rico, ...

  • ‘El Coquí’ – Puerto Rico’s Little Frog

    If you visit Puerto Rico you will find that each evening the air becomes alive with the sound of song. However, this unique and alarmingly loud croaking sound does not come from a bird. It comes ...

  • Baños de Coamo: Fountain of Youth

    The town of Coamo is located about 10 miles east of the city of Ponce, and both places can cite the intrepid explorer, conquistador and governor in their history. Juan Ponce de Leon, of course, ...

  • Surfing Puerto Rico

    Serious surfers know that the three best places to surf in the USA are Hawaii, California and Puerto Rico. Of these, Puerto Rico is perhaps the least famous - but that’s the way many top surfers ...

  • 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 ...