It is the tropical forest of Puerto Rico. Here you can find waterfalls, beautiful views, flora and fauna. In many of the rivers and waterfalls they are allowed to swim as in the MINA waterfall. ** NOTICE ** CHECK WITH FOREST GUIDE IF YOU CAN SWIM ON THE DAY OF YOUR VISIT. AS IT RAINS A LOT AND…
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.
Route 191 leads to the main entrance that anyone with a rental car can drive on their own, consult with park rangers and viewing the trailhead maps for casual hiking trails. However, its hidden secrets would involve smooth Natural waterslides, Ropeswings, epic heart-thumping Jumps, Waterfalls into…
Tropical rainforest's & national reserve known for rare trees and birds, plus camping & beautiful hiking trails, waterfalls, and observatory locations. 36 minutes' drive Recommendation – Rent a Car
Only Tropical Rainforest is the US National Park system. All trails have been reopened since Maria. Beautiful plants and wonderful hikes.
“The Mall of San Juan is the Caribbean’s premier shopping destination. This state-of-the-art mall offers unique retailers in the island, exquisite dining and entertainment. The Mall of San Juan is a 650,000 sq ft upscale shopping mall located across from the San José Lagoon at the south end of the Teodoro Moscoso Bridge, near the Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico”
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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 :)”
“Located in a well preserved historical buildings at De Diego Street in Santurce, this museum holds and preserves in four levels a significant and representative number of art works of all sorts and sizes by local artists, some of them dated back to the 18th Century. Will see a huge carbon works by Antonio Martorel, oil paintings, huge acrylics like Arnaldo Rosie's triptic, ephemeral art sample (in screens) spectacular installations like the barber shop and also a section about works made out of recycled material. There is also a beautiful escultorical garden with a fish pond as can be seen in the photo. Three to four hours tour might be enough to have an idea and leave with interest to get back in another visit to the Island.”
“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 !”
“The San Juan National Historic Site includes the Castillo San Felipe del Morro, Castillo San Cristóbal, most of the city walls, la Puerta de San Juan, and the Fort San Juan de la Cruz. El Morro, a UNESCO site and a true testament to the wonderful history of Puerto Rico, is the most recognized landmark in the island and a must-see if you are short on time during your visit and trying to choose must-see attractions. The construction of El Morro began in the 16th century with the purpose of protecting the entrance to the San Juan harbor by the Spanish conquistadores. It served as a defensive position in the New World and was witness to many battles against foreign powers and pirates. From the fort, the views of the city and the ocean are stunning. Before leaving, make sure to fly a kite on the enormous green fields outside of El Morro, take a deep breath, and relax under the magnificent blue skies — this is a treasured experience. Open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., with an entrance fee of $7 per person (children under 15 enter free). Paid admission to El Morro also gets you admission to San Cristóbal as well, just save your receipt.”