It is one of the largest tropical forests in the world, we recommend it for people who like to live outdoor experiences and enjoy nature. You can tour the park with the help of a guide, walking or cycling.
Love, Peace, Nature, an adventure all together. It's fun for everyone. You can take a dip in the river or just walk up to one of our famous towers. The provide tours directly at the Portal of El Yunque Enjoy every moment of it.
Only Tropical Rainforest is the US National Park system. All trails have been reopened since Maria. Beautiful plants and wonderful hikes.
El Yunque is the only tropical rainforest in the US National Forest System. It’s full of breathtaking observation points, hidden waterfalls, and many wonders of our history, nature, and ecosystem. Located just down the road from Casa de CaBrA, this is a must do while visiting Puerto Rico. **Guests…
El Yunque National Forest, formerly known as the Caribbean National Forest, is a forest located in northeastern Puerto Rico. It is the only tropical rainforest in the United States National Forest System and the United States Forest Service. This forest is commonly known as El Yunque, which may be…
“The Mall of San Juan is Puerto Rico’s premier destination for high-end shopping, dining and deals. Just minutes away from Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU), this can be the first (or last) stop on your vacation. It is one of the newest shopping centers on the island, and features in-demand brands such as Anthropologie, Armani Exchange, Bulgari, CH Carolina Herrera, Versace, Coach, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and many more.”
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“Old San Juan, the old Spanish town, takes you back in time. You have to visit the Forts and walk around its streets. Spend the whole day walking around :)”
“The Museum of Art of Puerto Rico (MAPR), cultural heritage of the Puerto Rican people, opened its doors in 2000 with the mission of enriching the lives of its diverse audiences by making accessible to all, knowledge, appreciation and enjoyment of the visual arts of Puerto Rico and the World. Since then, MAPR has received over 2 million visitors and has presented over one hundred exhibitions of local and international artists, multiple and varied workshops, courses, seminars, research and education programs, concerts, lectures and symposia that have impacted audiences of all ages and have positively marked the lives of students, teachers, families and community members. MAPR offers artistic and educational programs that enrich the lives of diverse audiences, both local and international, and also serves populations with particular needs for whom the Museum maintains a specially designed program. The Museum serves children, youth, adults and other members of our community through tailored experiences that allow them to learn about and enjoy the various manifestations of art. Each year, the Museum presents new projects that expand the scope of its mission and attract more and more visitors, while writing new chapters in the history of art in Puerto Rico. The Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico has a collection of more than 1,300 works of art in different media and formats, from artists of all generations. The MAPR is an affiliated institution of the Smithsonian Institution and accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). ”
“El Centro de todo ! "Plaza", as it is known to many Puerto Ricans, was the first indoor mall built in Puerto Rico. It is the largest shopping mall in the Caribbean and the second largest in Latin America ! Beautiful stores and big food court ! Enjoy !”
“Castillo San Felipe del Morro, also known as El Morro, sits atop a high promontory overlooking the entrance to the San Juan Bay. It is the result of the efforts of Spanish engineers over a period of more than 250 years and is one of the largest fortifications built by the Spain in the Caribbean. Although its foundation was laid in 1539, the six-level fortification was not considered complete until 1787. During World War II, the U.S. government added an artillery fire control station. El Morro suffered several attacks from the English in 1595 and 1598 and the Dutch in 1625. In 1898, during the Spanish-American War, United States Navy ships fired upon the fortification, destroying the lighthouse, which was later restored. Visit casemates and the chapel. Gaze over 60 foot walls to the ocean and aim your camera on the cannons and that still guard the harbor today. Stroll on the lawn where soldiers once marched and watch kites flying in the afternoon trade winds.”