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Icacos Cay, Fajardo

Icacos is a small, uninhabited cay off the coast off Fajardo. Fajardo, located on the east coast, is the boating capital of Puerto Rico. It is deserted island full of pristine beaches, white sand and clear blue waters and a great place to…
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Culebrita Island, Culebra

This spectacular coral small island is located off the East coast of Culebra.  It is a true deserted beach paradise…truly unspoiled with pristine natural resource and crystal clear water. It is perfect for the nature lover traveler that is…
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Mata La Gata Cay, Lajas

Mata La Gata Cay is located in the southwest coast specifically off La Parguera in Lajas. This mangrove cay is surrounded by extremely clear, shallow and tranquil waters, and it is part of a spectacular collection of mangrove cays, and…
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Cayo Aurora (Guilligan’s Island) Guánica

It is very popular among locals and is one of Puerto Rico’s cays you can’t miss. In the mid 70´s it wasnicknamed Gilligan’s Island after the popular tv show. Cayo Aurora, the cay’s formal name, is a mile off the coast of the town of …
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Río Abajo State Forest

Rio Abajo Forest is a forested preserve in Puerto Rico owned by the Department of Natural Resources. It was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1980 and constitutes an area of 3,590 acres. The reserve was established in 1935 by Puerto…
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Café Gran Batey

This is another coffee farm in Utuado that belongs to a family that has worked the land for more than 45 years. At Café Gran Batey you will meet a local family, take a tour to learn everything about the coffee growing and roasting process,…
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