El Yunque National Forest
It is one of the largest tropical forests in the world, we recommend it for people who like to live outdoor experiences and enjoy nature. You can tour the park with the help of a guide, walking or cycling.
El Yunque is the only rainy tropical forest that is part of the National Forest system. There are hiking trails, observation towers, waterfalls, water holes and birds. There is no fee to visit on your own; tour operators charge a fee for a guided tour. The visitor center over the trees is optional…
Love, Peace, Nature, an adventure all together. It's fun for everyone. You can take a dip in the river or just walk up to one of our famous towers. The provide tours directly at the Portal of El Yunque Enjoy every moment of it.
Only Tropical Rainforest is the US National Park system. All trails have been reopened since Maria. Beautiful plants and wonderful hikes.
El Yunque is the only tropical rainforest in the US National Forest System. It’s full of breathtaking observation points, hidden waterfalls, and many wonders of our history, nature, and ecosystem. Located just down the road from Casa de CaBrA, this is a must do while visiting Puerto Rico. **Guests…
El Yunque National Forest, formerly known as the Caribbean National Forest, is a forest located in northeastern Puerto Rico. It is the only tropical rainforest in the United States National Forest System and the United States Forest Service. This forest is commonly known as El Yunque, which may be…
El Yunque National Forest · 爱彼迎体验
“The Mall of San Juan is Puerto Rico’s premier destination for high-end shopping, dining and deals. Just minutes away from Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU), this can be the first (or last) stop on your vacation. It is one of the newest shopping centers on the island, and features in-demand brands such as Anthropologie, Armani Exchange, Bulgari, CH Carolina Herrera, Versace, Coach, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and many more.”
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“Old San Juan, the old Spanish town, takes you back in time. You have to visit the Forts and walk around its streets. Spend the whole day walking around :)”
“More than just an art museum, Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico hosts concerts and festivals as well. The Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (MAPR), a not-for-profit organization, was inaugurated on July 1, 2000, as a legacy for the Puerto Rican people. The mission of the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico is to enrich the lives of its diverse audiences by making accessible and promoting the knowledge, appreciation, and enjoyment of visual arts from Puerto Rico and the world. The MAPR engages diverse communities to facilitate learning experiences about the visual arts through the growth of a well-researched permanent collection exemplifying significant and representative examples of Puerto Rican art from the sixteenth century to the present; a dynamic program of exhibitions supported by engaging and exciting educational and cultural programs that collectively deepen the understanding of the role of the visual arts in the human experience and contribute to the creation of a curatorial legacy; documentation, research, interpretation, preservation, and conservation of the collection and the visual arts patrimony of Puerto Rico; and alliances with local, regional, and international museums and institutions to advance the knowledge of, access to, and understanding of the visual arts of the world. ADDRESS: 299 Avenida De Diego, San Juan PR 00909”
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“An esplanade greets you as you walk towards the Fort San Felipe del Morro. Surrounded by grassy hills, the stone castle rises majestically from the headland. And while El Morro may be an impressive sight from land, it is a terrifying experience to encounter it head-on by sea. And for many attackers, it was the very last thing they saw. This fortress has seen many battles over the centuries, from Sir Francis Drake's attack in 1595 to the 1898 Bombardment of San Juan by the US Navy. In 1539 King Charles I ordered the construction of San Felipe del Morro and other fortifications on the islet of San Juan. Over the years, Spanish, Italian, Irish, and American engineers perfected San Juan's defense system, of which el Morro was an essential part. After crossing the stone bridge over the dry moat, you'll walk right into a spacious courtyard that harbor leads you into the castle's more "domestic" areas, such as the kitchen and the chapel. Nevertheless, this is just one of the six levels that form El Morro. On the upper level, you'll find the lighthouse that was restored by the American Coast Guard in 1908. One of the greatest things about this vantage point is that you can see most of San Juan and the bay across from it. Park rangers will guide you throughout the massive fortification, which still houses original cannons, ammunition, and many other objects used by the Spanish militia in Puerto Rico. El Morro was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983 and is currently under the administration of the National Park Service.”