Visitors to Laguna Grande never fail to be amazed at the unique after-dark spectacle provided by this tropical bioluminescent lagoon as the water - or more specifically, the millions of dinoflagellates in the water - light up and glow in response to the slightest disturbance. Located on the east coast of Puerto Rico, in the municipality of Fajardo, the magnificent Laguna Grande is one of the ...
Just a little inland off Puerto Rico’s southern coastline you will find the city of Guayama. The town was founded in 1736 by Matias de Abadia and was originally named ‘San Antonio de Padua de Guayama’. Guayama is a fairly large city that is home to well over 40 000 people. It covers some 169 square kilometers of land and is divided into nine different wards with Guayama Pueblo serving as the ...
La Montaňa (Central)
Cidra, which lies to the west of Caguas, is also known as El Pueblo de la Eterna Primavera which means 'City of Eternal Spring'. It was established in 1809 and has become a popular destination in Puerto Rico, as it is the only location in Puerto Rico, where lucky visitors might be able to catch a glimpse of the blue-eyed La Paloma Sabanera bird. Being the last hope of the survival of this ...