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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 …

Camping at Toro Negro State Forest

This reserve is one of the 21 public forests that belong to the government of Puerto Rico. Toro Negro is a rainforest that receives about 110 inches of precipitation per year and whose average temperature is around 65 degrees Fahrenheit.…

Miradero Villalba-Orocovis

Puerto Rico measures approximately 100 miles by 35 and in this precise place you can observe both the north coast and the Atlantic Ocean, and the south coast and the Caribbean Sea. There are gazebos where you have a picnics and enjoy the…

Doña Juana Waterfall

This beautiful waterfall is accessible from the road and relatively easy to find. It is a good spot to take photos, and cool off with a dip in the fresh water pool below. Keep in mind that this is a natural location, not a developed tourist…

The Caguas Botanical and Cultural Garden

The William Miranda Marín Botanical and Cultural Garden is the birthplace of the country's history and culture. Converging in the grounds of the Garden important archaeological sites of the Taíno Indians that inhabited Borikén-aboriginal…

View of “La Plata” Lake / Lago La Plata

Lake la Plata is located between the municipalities of Naranjito, Toa Alta and Bayamón. It was created in the year 1973 to serve as a potable water deposit. The lake receives its water flow from La Plata River and it can be used for…

Linear Jogging Park & Giant Letters of Naranjito

This Walk Jogging Park has approximate length of 1200 linear meters ideal for walking, jogging or bicycling. Also, it has a viewpoint, two gazebos, playground for children, exercise stations and outdoor restaurant. Some of the trails are…