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Casa Bacardi Rum Distillery
Casa Bacardi Rum Distillery

The Casa Bacardi Rum Distillery is very interesting since it mostly dealt with the history of the Bacardi family, from their early beginnings in Santiago de Cuba in 1862 to the construction of the new Bacardi factory in Puerto Rico as a result of the Cuban Revolution. You are then taken on a tour through the distillery, where you can learn about the rum's production from the sugar cane to the bottle. This popular tourist attraction concludes at The Lounge, where those of legal drinking age, 21 in Puerto Rico may sample Bacardi cocktails. There is no charge for the tour, which comes with two free drinks.

Dorado
Dorado

Dorado is known as "La Ciudad Ejemplar", which was founded in 1842 by Jacinto López Martínez. The town is a touristic centre with many residential resort communities and prestigious hotels. Dorado is home of the most famous hotels in the Metropolitan area, the Hyatt Dorado Beach Hotel and the Hyatt Regency Cerromar Hotel.  Dorado is located in the northern region of the island, bordering the Atlantic Ocean, north of Toa Alta, east of Vega Alta, and west of Toa Baja. In addition to the beautiful beaches, Dorado and the surrounding area is also known for its golf courses and a very nice central plaza. If you are looking for a nice town centre, you won't be disappointed with Dorado, which has among other things.

Casa Blanca
Casa Blanca

La Casa Blanca, or "The White House," precedes the building on Pennsylvania Avenue by several hundred years, and was home to one of the most famous explorers in our history. Built by Juan Ponce de León in 1521, it is one of the oldest buildings in Puerto Rico and a cultural treasure. It was subsequently taken over by the Spanish and then United States military. Today the mansion house contains two museums. A small section is dedicated to artifacts associated with the Taino Indians, while the rest of the house depicts the life of those who lived there through the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.

Kayaking and Snorkeling
Kayaking and Snorkeling

Puerto Rico is home to some of the finest Kayaking, Snorkeling and Boating. At Puerto Rico tourists can indulge in kayaking, snorkeling, beach exploration, and hiking through the untouched nature reserves of the east coast of Puerto Rico and the beautiful and serene Island of Culebra. The most popular destination in Puerto Rico, the San Juan area offers some snorkeling opportunities. Snorkeling on the islands of Vieques and Culebra is some of the best in all of Puerto Rico. Kayaking thru mangroves to the bioluminescent lagoon is a great way to spend an evening when visiting Puerto Rico.

Butterfly Art Gallery, San Juan
Butterfly Art Gallery, San Juan

The Butterfly Art Gallery in San Juan, PR, is a unique gallery which presents hundreds of butterflies, preserved and presented in beautifully artistic ways. The butterflies that are on display here were gathered and collected from various farms around the world, after they had already died; they're preserved and mounted in cases for customers to take home and use as unique pieces of art. There is also a cafe at the gallery, just in case shopping for butterfly art makes you hungry. No animals were harmed in the making of this gallery, as it operates under the strict rules, regulations, and licensing procedures of the US Fish and Wildlife Department.

The Historic District of Old San Juan
The Historic District of Old San Juan

This charming 7 square-block historic district in San Juan is reminiscent of the Spanish Empire. The area was once enclosed by a wall erected by the Spanish with slave labor. The wall was able to hold off attackers that came from all over the Caribbean and beyond. During the 19th century, it has become a residential and commercial district. Today, it's the setting for 400 buildings of restaurants and shops all filled with Spanish colonial architecture and under constant restoration. In 1950, Old San Juan was designated as a U.S. National Historic Zone. Located on the western end of an inlet encircled by water; on the north is the Atlantic Ocean and on the south and west are the calm waters of San Juan Bay.

Caribbean National Forest (El Yunque)
Caribbean National Forest

The Caribbean National Forest is the only tropical rainforest in the United States National Park system. Located 35 miles (56km) east of San Juan, this national forest was named El Yunque by the Spanish. Its 28,000 acres contain about 240 different species of tree and numerous other plants from tiny wild orchids to giant ferns. Visitors can start their visit at the El Portal Tropical Forest Center where there are films, exhibits and interactive displays on the rainforest. There are dozens of walking trails through the forest, graded according to difficulty.

Camuy Cave Park
Camuy Cave Park

Camuy Cave Park is the most popular attraction and widely visited Puerto Rico excursion which is well worth a day trip from San Juan. It is an incredible 268-acre Camuy Cave Park, two hours southwest of the city. These subterranean caverns were carved out of the limestone by the Camuy River more than a million years ago. Only seven miles (11km) of the caves have yet been fully explored, but 16 entrances have been discovered. Well-maintained walking trails lead visitors down 200 feet (61m) into a fern-filled ravine to explore the cathedral-like caverns. Guided tours, picnic areas, walking trails, food outlets, an exhibition hall and a souvenir shop are some of the facilities available here.

Arecibo Ionospheric Observatory
Arecibo Ionospheric Observatory

The Arecibo Observatory is part of the National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center (NAIC), a national research center operated by Cornell University under a cooperative agreement with the National Science Foundation (NSF). One of the popular excursions, this place is located in the northwest mountains of the island about 90 minutes drive west of San Juan, among the Karst Country hills. The Arecibo Ionospheric Observatory is one of the most important astronomical research facilities on earth. Its massive dish is larger in area than a dozen football fields is sited in a sinkhole, aimed at the heavens and tuned to detect the slightest sounds emitted from the farthest stars. This is the home base for NASA's 'SETI' (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) project. Visitors can hike to the viewing platform to view the vast tiled dish.

Ponce the Pearl City from San Juan
Ponce the Pearl City from San Juan

Ponce is Puerto Rico's second city which is unique and beautiful, hence it is known as the 'Pearl of the South'. The Tibes Indian Ceremonial Park, Seralles Castle, red and black firehouse and the city's stately plazas and mansions makes it unique and popular amongst tourist. A short scenic drive from San Juan will take you to the lovingly restored mansions which are a unique criollo interpretation of the Neo-classical architecture. The burials, charms, idols, vessels and other artifacts used by Indians who had lived in the Ponce area are worth visiting. In the end the tour concludes with a visit to Seralles Castle.

  • Beaches
Luquillo Beach
Luquillo Beach

One of the most photographed beaches in Puerto Rico the Luquillo Beach is situated 30 miles east of San Juan. This beach is a safe haven for local families and tourists alike. This section of beach has a coral reef perfectly situated that limits the rough oceans that are evident at some other beaches. As a result, the waters are usually calmer, clearer and better suited for small children. Picnic areas, which include changing rooms and showers, are easily located making Luquillo Beach a family friendly destination.

Shacks Beach
Shacks Beach

Shacks Beach, is also known as Bajuras, is a fairly quiet little corner of the island, but offers some of the most excellent and thrilling conditions for snorkeling, windsurfing and surfing types of watersports activities. This beach is situated on the western tip of the Island. The vast waters of the Atlantic and the Caribbean meet to provide some stunning shoreline and idyllic winds. Shacks beach may be just one of many fine beaches in the area, but it has a reason to stand out on its own. Shacks beach is known internationally as being a great windsurfing spot. The most popular water sport activities held at Shacks beach are kite-surfing and wave jumping.

Flamenco Beach
Flamenco Beach

Flamenco Beach is located on Isla Culebra, an island about 17 miles east of mainland Puerto Rico. Flamenco Beach is one of Puerto Rico's most stunning stretches of sand and a popular place to snorkel, swim, sunbathe and socialize. Visitors to Isla Culebra often camp out on the beach. The easy accessibility of this beach makes it a definite stop for most visitors. The beach venders offer tourist and visitors plenty of 'amenities' like there are several kiosks which rent the typical beach accessories; chairs, umbrellas, tents and other camping gear. Others sell food and drinks, including the perfectly tropical 'Piña Colada'.

Balneario Seven Seas
Balneario Seven Seas

The Balneario Seven Seas is Fajardo’s most popular public beach, which is located on the northeastern tip of the island. Puerto Rico’s Balneario Seven Seas beach is known to draw large crowds on weekends and holidays. With powdery white sands that gently slope towards the shallow, clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean this beach offers tourists the crescent-shaped, palm tree-lined paradise which is irresistible. At the beach one will find amenities like restrooms, showers, lifeguards on duty, security guards, as well as wheelchair access to the beach. Camping is also allowed with proper permit and fee.

Punta Santiago Beach
Punta Santiago Beach

Punta Santiago Beach is located on the east coast of Puerto Rico near the city of Humacao. The beach is a perfect place to sit back, relax and browse through the beachside stalls and kiosks. The various coves and rock formations along the beach provide hours of exploration. Rhesus monkeys inhabit a small islet just off the tip of Santiago Bay. These fascinating monkeys are not very welcoming, so it is better to take a boat ride around the islet and watch their antics from a safe distance.

 
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