Top 10 Nature Wonders Experiences

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TOP 10 Natural Wonder Experiences

Deep Sea Fishing at the Puerto Rico Trench

The Puerto Rico Trench is located on the boundary between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The trench is 800 kilometres (497 mi) long and has a maximum depth of 8,648 metres (28,373 ft) or 5.373 miles at Milwaukee Deep, which is…
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La Cordillera Nature Reserve

The Arrecifes de la Cordillera Natural Reserve is located on the northeast side of Puerto Rico, just northeast of Fajardo. This site contains a chain of islands and keys with mangroves, lagoons, sandy beaches, and coral reef ecosystems that…
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Scuba Dive The Famous Parguera Wall

The 20-mile long wall, located about 4 miles offshore, has a series of slopes and sheer drop-offs that start at 9m/30ft and continue to 36m/120ft. The Wall is home to sponges, elkhorn coral, gorgonians, black coral and many more underwater…
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Tanamá National Forest

With a two-hour road trip from San Juan, Puerto Rico, discover a whole national forest system that includes different natural attractions for everyone in the trip. The Tanama National Forest has rivers, mountains, caves, waterfalls, caverns…
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The Culebra Archipelago

“Isla Culebra” is an island-municipality of Puerto Rico. Being located approximately 17 miles east of the island, this nature-filled land is a popular weekend tourist destination for mainly puerto ricans, residents of Vieques and every…
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La Parguera Nature Reserve, Lajas

La Parguera is located on the southwestern coast of Puerto Rico in the municipality of Lajas. The Parguera Natural Reserve includes all the coastline of the municipality of Lajas extending 1 km towards land from the shore and 9 nautical…
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Surf Puerto Rico’s Northwest Coast

Surfing can’t be easier with our Northwest Coast premier surf spots. Explore every option in this list to find the perfect spot to practice this sport, or maybe to learn how. Although the waves can get very big, the average winter…
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