Puerto Rico offers a culture rich in the arts, which is perhaps best displayed in the Museum of Art of Puerto Rico. This gorgeous attraction is definitely worth a visit during your vacation to this island. Located in downtown San Juan, it’s an easy commute from most of the main hotels, and is near many other tourist sites you may be interested in visiting, an easy walk to and from nearly anywhere downtown, and a 40 minute car ride from the beautiful Palmas Del Mar Resort on the east side of the island. Read more ›
After a few days of the ocean’s salty water splashing against your skin, and the humidity of Puerto Rico saturates your hair into a state of perma-frizz, a fun filled day at the water park may be just what the vacation doctor ordered! Las Cascadas Water Park is a perfect blend of scenic beauty and active family fun. Located in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, on the west side of the island, Las Cascadas proudly holds the title of the largest water park in the Caribbean! Read more ›
The Trump International Golf Club boasts Puerto Rico’s first course of legendary proportions, designed by PGA Professional Tom Kite. Comprised of two 18-hole championship courses, the Championship and the International, our meticulously crafted fairways boast stellar scenery. Each course winds through lush tree groves and over waterways and lakes, amid tropical blooms and past scenic bluffs, delivering an unparalleled golfing experience to players of all levels. Read more ›
The Camuy River Cave Park (Spanish: Parque de las Cavernas del Río Camuy) is a cave system in Puerto Rico. It is located between the municipalities of Camuy, Hatillo and Lares in northwestern Puerto Rico, but the main entrance to the park is located in Quebrada, Camuy.
Most travelers to the island of Puerto Rico envision themselves spending time relaxing on white sandy beaches, listening to the surf and taking in the beauty of the landscape. However, if spending and afternoon watching a community of wild Rhesus monkeys is more your speed, the island of Cayo Santiago (also known as “Monkey Island”) might be a venture worth pursuing. Whether by boat or kayak, monkey island is an amazing sight found only off the shores of Puerto Rico.
For any angler, camper, or hiker, Guajataca Lake is a gold mine. This 324 acre, man made lake is a hot spot for fishing, filled with dozens of species of fish. It is also a great place to visit on an exceptionally hot day; the large expanse of water makes the surrounding area an average of ten degrees cooler than the rest of Puerto Rico, and is a great escape from the blazing sun!
Off the coast of Joyuda in Cabo Rojo, white sand beaches await along with spectacular snorkeling opportunities! Originally called Isla de Pinas, “Island of Pineapples” for it’s pineapple and sugar cane crops, the island was then deserted and renamed “Isla de Ratones”/Mouse Island due to it’s non use and garbage problem. Read more ›
One of the best things about golfing on this island is the range of courses. There are four very distinct kinds of courses located here. If you enjoy the challenge of playing on a course that features very few water hazards and offers a great view of the water, you should play on one of the links courses. If you would rather try your skill on manicured fairways and lush greens then you might want to consider the parkland course. Read more ›
People have been taking Puerto Rico vacations since the colonial times. Today, millions of people visit the island each year to experience the tropical extravaganza that a Puerto Rico adventure usually has in store for all its visitors. Read more ›
A special group has been formed to help save the turtles that come ashore at Palmas Del Mar Resort. Pal ‘Carey is a group of volunteers dedicated to protecting sea turtles and educating the community and tourists in the residential / tourist Palmas del Mar Resort in Humacao, PR In the surrounding beaches Palmas del Mar, nest two types of sea turtles: hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata) and leatherback (Dermochelys coriacea). Read more ›