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  • Scuba Diving

    Black Wall Dive Site

    Puerto Rico’s close proximity to the Americas is only one of the reasons for its popularity as a tourist destination. Most often it is the island nation’s abundance of natural treasures that lures people over the ocean for a visit. Scuba divers are no exception, as Puerto Rico is home to some truly spectacular dive sites, such as the Black Wall.

  • Scuba Diving

    Angel Reef Dive Site

    It isn’t every day that you find an almost virgin coral reef that is easy to dive. But if you travel to Vieques in Puerto Rico, you’ll find exactly that. It is known as the Angel Reef and even though it is relatively untouched it is also so easy to dive that beginners can give it a try.

  • Porta del Sol (West)

    Lajas

    The city of Lajas was founded by Teodoro Jacome Pagan in the year 1883. There are many legends and stories that surround the naming of the city and the reasons for its establishment. These tales, which have been passed down over generations, add to the history and culture of the city. Lajas has become a popular tourist destination in Puerto Rico due to its vast variety of noteworthy sites ...

  • Beaches

    Flamenco

    If pristine beaches and idyllic beauty is what you're after, then you need look no further than Flamenco beach. Situated on the island of Culebra just off the coast of Puerto Rico, Flamenco Beach is perhaps the most stunning and tranquil beach you will ever find. Many would even call it 'perfect'.

  • Activities

    Scuba Diving

    Scuba diving in Puerto Rico is not only the most fun you will have in your lifetime, but is also a most rewarding activity. The water that surrounds the island is a treasure trove of coral reefs, breathtaking schools of vibrantly colored fish, crabs and something which is very rarely seen, delicate seahorses. The tropical setting and warm waters make Puerto Rico a diver’s paradise. This fact ...