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.
The extraordinary home of the Roig family was constructed specifically for its original owner, Antonio Roig. The home was inaugurated as a museum because it is one of the very few surviving structures that were designed and constructed by Antonin Nechodoma. The Casa Roig is located in the city of Humacao in Puerto Rico and is the property of the University of Puerto Rico.
- Eastern Region
If you travel to the eastern coast of the island, just north of Humacao, you will find Naguabo. This municipality is spread out over ten wards, the administrative center of which is Naguabo Pueblo. The 134 square kilometers of land that is covered by this municipality is quite varied since it includes a part of the Luquillo Mountain Range. Two of the larger peaks in this range can be found ...
- Eastern Region
Humacao is also known as "La Cuidad Gris", which means grey city, and was founded in April 1722. It was named after a local Indian chief called Jumacao. Humacao is a small little town and doesn't have any extraordinary tourist facilities, but it has a university with large sport facilities, a small airport that is served by Vieques Air Link with a daily flight from Vieques, a large golf ...
Punta Santiago is an amazing stretch of beach located near Humacao. It is here, where the mountains meet the sea on an amazing stretch of coastline, that there are many natural wonders to be found. If you are traveling to Puerto Rico, Punta Santiago is a beach well worth visiting – even if just to spend time enjoying the surroundings and wildlife, including the fascinating Puerto Rican coqui.
The Humacao Nature Reserve is located on the southeastern coast of the island of Puerto Rico. This is just one of the many nature reserves in Puerto Rico that is know for its diverse and spectacular collection of approximately ninety bird species that have made their homes in this protected area. There are also a few families of monkeys that roam the reserve; contact with them is discouraged ...