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What to Do in Puerto Rico

El Yunque National Forest

Known simply as El Yunque, the El Yunque National Forest is the only tropical forest under the protection of the U.S. National Forest System. Located 30 miles east of San Juan, El Yunque receives rain all year, ensuring its vegetation is lush and green. Here, you'll find a variety of wildlife, including the rare Puerto Rico parrot. Make sure to wear layers, as you can get wet.

Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico

Located in Santurce, the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico was inaugurated in 2000 and is home to thousands of Puerto Rican artworks. Featuring paintings, sculptures, and photographs—some of which date back to the 1500s—you’ll find yourself at one with Puerto Rican culture when you're inside its two wings. The Museo also features concerts and festivals, perfect for gaining a deeper understanding of the island.

Luquillo Beach

As one of Puerto Rico's most famous public beaches, Luquillo Beach—also known as Balneario Monserrate—is a haven for relaxation. The beach is protected by coral reefs, making the azure waters still and warm, and the coconut palm trees along its white sand provide shade against the sun. It tends not to be overcrowded, so it's perfect if you're looking for a bit more privacy.

What to See in Puerto Rico

Bioluminescent Bay

As one of Puerto Rico's three bioluminescent bays, Bioluminescent Bay (aka Mosquito Bay), when viewed at night, is a stunning visual masterpiece. Organisms in the water called dinoflagellates emit a blue glow, making the waters shine and shimmer in a dazzling spectacle. This activity is an especially popular activity during nighttime boat tours.

El Morro

Located in San Juan harbor, this six-story 16th-century fortress was first built by the Spanish to defend the city from seaborne enemies. Nowadays, it serves as a popular tourist destination given its fascinating history and its stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. Walkthrough the fortress' maze-like tunnels as you explore old cannons, prison cells, and garitas.

Cueva Ventana

Located about an hour from San Juan, Cueva Ventana—literally translated to Window Cave—is a destination perfect for nature enthusiasts. As you walk through the cave, you'll see native Taino petroglyphs and hear the distant sound of bats. At the end of the cave, you'll bear witness to a stunning view of the Arecibo Valley. A guided tour will also provide flashlights, perfect for exploring!

Where to Stay in Puerto Rico

Old San Juan

Located on the northernmost tip of Greater San Juan, Old San Juan is a safe and vibrant area full of history and culture. Here, you'll be sent back in time as you walk over cobbled streets and among homes painted vibrant colors. It's no wonder this is one of the most visited cruise destinations in the Caribbean.

Isla Verde

Isla Verde is perfect for all kinds of travelers. Here, you can stay at a variety of resorts, relax on an array of beaches, then dance the night away at one of its famous nightclubs. There’s shopping and fine dining, as well as a number of natural attractions to explore. There's something for everyone in Isla Verde.

Rincon

With a more laid-back vibe than some of the other destinations in Puerto Rico, Rincon contains a series of beaches perfect for relaxing. Here, you'll find the most popular waves for surfing, as well as some of the best snorkeling spots on the island. Make sure to catch one of the area's famous sunsets too—it’s nicknamed the town of beautiful sunsets, after all.

El Yunque National Forest

Known simply as El Yunque, the El Yunque National Forest is the only tropical forest under the protection of the U.S. National Forest System. Located 30 miles east of San Juan, El Yunque receives rain all year, ensuring its vegetation is lush and green. Here, you'll find a variety of wildlife, including the rare Puerto Rico parrot. Make sure to wear layers, as you can get wet.

Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico

Located in Santurce, the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico was inaugurated in 2000 and is home to thousands of Puerto Rican artworks. Featuring paintings, sculptures, and photographs—some of which date back to the 1500s—you’ll find yourself at one with Puerto Rican culture when you're inside its two wings. The Museo also features concerts and festivals, perfect for gaining a deeper understanding of the island.

Luquillo Beach

As one of Puerto Rico's most famous public beaches, Luquillo Beach—also known as Balneario Monserrate—is a haven for relaxation. The beach is protected by coral reefs, making the azure waters still and warm, and the coconut palm trees along its white sand provide shade against the sun. It tends not to be overcrowded, so it's perfect if you're looking for a bit more privacy.

Bioluminescent Bay

As one of Puerto Rico's three bioluminescent bays, Bioluminescent Bay (aka Mosquito Bay), when viewed at night, is a stunning visual masterpiece. Organisms in the water called dinoflagellates emit a blue glow, making the waters shine and shimmer in a dazzling spectacle. This activity is an especially popular activity during nighttime boat tours.

El Morro

Located in San Juan harbor, this six-story 16th-century fortress was first built by the Spanish to defend the city from seaborne enemies. Nowadays, it serves as a popular tourist destination given its fascinating history and its stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. Walkthrough the fortress' maze-like tunnels as you explore old cannons, prison cells, and garitas.

Cueva Ventana

Located about an hour from San Juan, Cueva Ventana—literally translated to Window Cave—is a destination perfect for nature enthusiasts. As you walk through the cave, you'll see native Taino petroglyphs and hear the distant sound of bats. At the end of the cave, you'll bear witness to a stunning view of the Arecibo Valley. A guided tour will also provide flashlights, perfect for exploring!

Old San Juan

Located on the northernmost tip of Greater San Juan, Old San Juan is a safe and vibrant area full of history and culture. Here, you'll be sent back in time as you walk over cobbled streets and among homes painted vibrant colors. It's no wonder this is one of the most visited cruise destinations in the Caribbean.

Isla Verde

Isla Verde is perfect for all kinds of travelers. Here, you can stay at a variety of resorts, relax on an array of beaches, then dance the night away at one of its famous nightclubs. There’s shopping and fine dining, as well as a number of natural attractions to explore. There's something for everyone in Isla Verde.

Rincon

With a more laid-back vibe than some of the other destinations in Puerto Rico, Rincon contains a series of beaches perfect for relaxing. Here, you'll find the most popular waves for surfing, as well as some of the best snorkeling spots on the island. Make sure to catch one of the area's famous sunsets too—it’s nicknamed the town of beautiful sunsets, after all.

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