Mosquito Bay, located in Vieques, Puerto Rico is the brightest Bioluminescent Bay in the World. It displays micro-organisms that light up in a blue-green glow whenever there is movement in the water.
A bioluminescent lagoon, mangroves, coral reefs, dry forests, sandy and rocky beaches set between headlands—visit all these ecosystems in one place.
Puerto Rico has over 143 islands, cays and islets, but the Northeast Coast has the most incredible and beautiful turquoise waters and white sand you will ever see. This region is an iconic and magical scenario that will take your breath…
The Ponce Museum of Art is recognized internationally as an important center of European Art in America and it is the largest museum in the Caribbean.
Old San Juan (Spanish: Viejo San Juan) is the oldest settlement within Puerto Rico and the historic colonial section of the city of San Juan. The settlement is a National Historic Landmark District and was listed on the National Register of…
Visit one of the largest rum distilleries in the world and experience how Bacardí evolved to become the untamable spirit that it is today.
The Arecibo Observatory is a radio telescope in the municipality of Arecibo. Built between 1960 and 1963, is an astronomy and ionosphere research center. This observatory is a facility of the National Science Foundation operated under…
Toroverde is an Ecological Adventure Park where you can spend the day enjoying some of the most breathtaking views of Puerto Rico while experiencing adventure with family and friends.
Flamenco Beach is the most internationally renowned beach of Puerto Rico, located in the offshore Island of Culebra.
The El Yunque National Forest is the only tropical rain forest in the national forest system.