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Tag: nature reserve

  • Beaches

    Caja De Muerto

    Caja de Muerto is a 2x1-mile island, situated off-shore from the coast of Ponce, which has an abundance of fascinating fauna and flora and a climate similar to that of the Dry Forest in Guanica. It hardly ever rains in this region and this means that locals and visitors alike can enjoy perfect beach weather almost all year round.

  • Reserves

    La Parguera Nature Reserve

    Situated near the popular La Parguera village and resort, the La Parguera Nature Reserve has plenty to offer. The nature reserve is run by the DRNA (Department of Natural Resources of the Government of Puerto Rico) and as of yet, does not allow camping. However it does have excellent snorkeling opportunities, boat rides and hiking trails that are enough to keep you busy for the entire day. ...

  • Reserves

    La Cordillera Nature Reserve

    For many people half of the allure of visiting Puerto Rico is that of enjoying beautiful white sandy beaches and the warm azure waters of the Caribbean. If you enjoy nature you can combine both these elements by taking a trip to the La Cordillera Nature Reserve (Reserva Natural La Cordillera). The reserve encompasses a string of roughly ten different islands that are wonderful to explore. ...

  • Eastern Region

    Las Croabas

    If you travel 35 miles east of San Juan in the county of Fajardo, you will find a little seaside village by the name of Las Croabas. This village has an estimated population of just over thousand people, the majority of whom make a living from fishing.