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Puerto Rico see + do

Activities in Puerto Rico take advantage of the Caribbean island's immense cultural and geographic resources. The beaches, naturally, are popular, both on Puerto Rico's northern (Atlantic) coast and the calmer Caribbean side. History buffs can explore the past by touring the colonial cities of Ponce and San Juan, with its impressive fortress El Morro. Nature lovers enjoy protected rainforests (El Yunque) and Vieques's glow-in-the-dark bioluminescent bay. Athletes enjoy surfing, kiteboarding, snorkeling and scuba diving, kayaking, fishing, biking, and golf. If you're the sightseeing type, Puerto Rico has rum companies, coffee plantations, and cigar-making factories to visit—all of which produce great souvenirs. No matter how you spend the bulk of your time, fit in at least one afternoon or late-night espresso in the central plaza—every town has one—where locals gather to gossip and people-watch, as well as to chat with interested visitors.

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Snorkeling + Scuba Diving in Vieques, Vieques

Crystal-clear waters (even by Caribbean standards) make Vieques a scuba and snorkeling paradise. Among the best dive companies is Nan-Sea Charters, which takes...more

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Salsa Congress, San Juan

For locals, salsa is more than a dance—it's a way of life. Which is why the annual Congreso de la Salsa is so eagerly anticipated. Held at the Caribe...more

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Reserva Natural Las Cabezas de San Juan, Fajardo

This nature reserve about 35 miles east of San Juan is crisscrossed with wooden walkways that lead to mangrove forests and other ecosystems. One of the best...more

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Parque de Las Cavernas del Río Camuy, Camuy

This stunning series of underground caverns, about 70 miles southwest of San Juan, encloses one of the largest subterranean rivers in the world. A tram takes...more

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Museo de Casa Blanca, San Juan

Juan Ponce de León—who took a break from his search for the fountain of youth to found San Juan—had a house built for himself in what's now Old...more

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Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, San Juan

Until recently, most locals had little hope for San Juan's former general hospital. The historic 1920s landmark stood empty for years—until, in 2000, a...more

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Hacienda Buena Vista, Ponce

Once one of the island's largest coffee plantations, the 1838 Hacienda Buena Vista has been restored to give a look at rural life in the colonial era. The most...more

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Fort Count Mirasol, Isabel Segunda, Vieques

Take in a dose of history in the port town of Isabel Segunda with a visit to this 160-year-old Spanish fort, the last built before the end of the colonial era....more

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El Yunque National Forest, Río Grande

The 28,000-acre El Yunque National Forest, the only tropical rain forest in the U.S. National Forest System, lies about 25 miles east of San Juan. It has dozens...more

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El Morro, San Juan

Its real name is Fuerte San Felipe del Morro, but locals just call this massive fortress El Morro. The name means "the promontory," and refers to its location...more

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