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Puerto Rico

Take a trip in Puerto Rico

Dive into Puerto Rico's tropical adventure and let yourself be seduced by its hidden treasures. As soon as you arrive, let the spectacular beauty of San Juan, the capital, enchant you. Continue your journey to the El Yunque rainforest, where you'll marvel at the unspoilt vegetation. Don't miss the island of Culebra, renowned for its white sand beaches and turquoise waters. Discover the city of Ponce, nicknamed the "Pearl of the South", with its colorful architecture, fascinating museums and vibrant art scene.
Finish your trip in style with a visit to Vieques Island, famous for its bioluminescent beaches. When night falls, dive into the waters of Mosquito Bay and marvel at this unique natural phenomenon.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Puerto Rico

  • Ponce

    Ponce, nicknamed Puerto Rico’s “Pearl of the South”, is a city brimming with historical treasures, architectural beauty and a warm atmosphere.
    At the heart of the city is Plaza Las Delicias, a lively square surrounded by colorful buildings and graced by the famous Lioness Fountain. Strolling along its cobbled streets takes you back in time, as you admire the unique architecture of the Casa Alcaldía (Town Hall) and the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
    Ponce is also renowned for its art museum, the Museo de Arte de Ponce, which houses an impressive collection of European and Puerto Rican works of art. If you’re a history buff, don’t miss a visit to the Castillo Serrallés museum, a former neoclassical residence that offers a breathtaking view of the city from its heights.
    Leaving the city center, you can head to the Hacienda Buena Vista, a former coffee plantation that offers an immersion in the history of Puerto Rican agriculture.

  • El Yunque Forest

    When you enter the depths of the El Yunque forest, you are immediately enveloped in a mystical, soothing atmosphere.
    One of the highlights of this rainforest is the famous La Mina falls, where you can take a dip. Continue your exploration to the top of the Yokahu observatory, from where you can admire panoramic views of the dense vegetation over the canopy.

  • San Juan

    Immerse yourself in the enchanting atmosphere of San Juan, where cobbled streets tell centuries-old stories and colorful walls echo with music and laughter.
    Start your journey with a visit to the Old Town, also known as “Viejo San Juan“. Stroll through its narrow streets and admire the Spanish colonial architecture that bears witness to centuries gone by. Don’t miss the majestic Fortress San Felipe del Morro, a site offering breathtaking views of the ocean and the city.
    Continue your exploration by venturing into colorful neighborhoods such as La Perla and Santurce. Soak up the creative energy and urban art that adorn the walls of these vibrant neighborhoods. You can also discover Santurce’s lively markets, where you can sample tasty local dishes.
    San Juan’s beaches are simply heavenly. Take a break on the golden sands of Isla Verde, where the turquoise waters invite you to swim and enjoy water sports. For a more tranquil beach experience, head to Ocean Park, where you can relax in the shade of palm trees and enjoy a more peaceful atmosphere.
    For total immersion in the local culture, visit Santurce’s La Placita district in the evening. This is the beating heart of San Juan’s nightlife, where bars and restaurants fill up with music, dancing and conviviality.

  • Rio Camuy caves

    The Rio Camuy Caves offer a natural landscape of exceptional beauty. Descend into the bowels of the earth and discover a complex network of caves, underground rivers and stunning rock formations. As you wander through the dark galleries, you’ll marvel at the stalactites and stalagmites that adorn the cave walls, creating extraordinarily shaped natural sculptures.
    One of the most famous attractions is the Cueva Clara, an immense cavern housing an underground river. Climb aboard a tramway and let yourself be guided through this impressive natural spectacle. You’ll be fascinated by the beauty of nature that reveals itself at every turn.

  • Vieques Island

    Far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Vieques Island offers a tranquil retreat for travelers in search of relaxation and natural beauty. The island’s beaches are simply breathtaking, with their soft sand and turquoise waters. One of the most famous is Flamenco beach, ranked among the most beautiful beaches in the world. With its crystal-clear waters and dazzling white sand.
    But there’s much more to Vieques than its heavenly beaches. Explore the Vieques National Wildlife Reserve, where you can observe unique flora and fauna. Stroll through the wooded trails and discover the diversity of ecosystems, from mangroves to lagoons to tropical forests.
    A visit to the bioluminescent Mosquito Bay is also a must. As soon as night falls, you’ll be amazed by the magical natural spectacle of bioluminescent micro-organisms illuminating the bay’s waters.

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