Puerto Rico is a hidden gem in the Caribbean waiting to be explored. From its lush rainforests to its stunning beaches, Puerto Rico has both natural beauty and a rich cultural heritage. There are endless things to do: from hiking in the mountains, relaxing in the sand, to dancing the night away.
As far as beaches go, Puerto Rico certainly is a paradise whether you want to soak in the sun or surf the day away. There are popular resort areas like Condado and Isla Verde if that’s more your style, but my favorites are the beaches of Vieques and Culebra - the 2 islands off the coast of the main one. Culebra, with the famous Flamenco beach, can be done in a day trip, whereas I recommend spending at least 1 night on Vieques. Here, you can see a bioluminescent bay, wild horses, and a black sand beach.
But, Puerto Rico is more than its beaches. The island is home to El Yunque, the only tropical rainforest in the US National Forest system. Here you can hike through the forests and see waterfalls, tropical birds, and exotic plants. For a little more adventure, take a zipline tour to get a bird's-eye view of the rainforest canopy. And of course, don’t forget to sample the island’s signature rum cocktails, like the classic piña colada or a daiquiri.
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