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Puerto Rico’s mascot is a tiny tree frog called the coqui, which makes a distinctive ‘co-KEE’ mating call at night.
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Puerto Rico’s mascot is a tiny tree frog called the coqui, which makes a distinctive ‘co-KEE’ mating call at night.

Must see places

El Yunque National Forest

El Yunque National Forest

An 11,700-hectare tropical rainforest awaits visitors to El Yunque, where trails take you through the ferns, past the parrots and deep into the heart of Puerto Rican paradise. 

 

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La Fortaleza and San Juan National Historic Site

La Fortaleza and San Juan National Historic Site

Now the Governor’s House, La Fortaleza poses atop this massive fort area, featuring the City Wall, built between the 16th and 19th centuries and designed to protect the Bay of San Juan. Learn about Puerto Rico’s complex history here.

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Río Camuy Cave Park

Río Camuy Cave Park

A river runs through this cave system, whose 121 hectares you can explore on a headphone tour after the trolley deposits you in the 51-meter-high Cueva Clara cave.

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Toro Verde

Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park

A dizzying combination of natural preserve and adventure, this ecopark’s "The Monster" is the world’s longest zip line, sending you soaring over the lush landscape.

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Flamenco Beach in Culebra, Puerto Rico

Flamenco Beach

Culebra Island’s celebrated beach is a major destination for sunbathing, soaking up the local scene and water sports. Gentle, shallow turquoise waters make for prime swimming and snorkeling conditions.

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Hot Air Balloon flying over Asheville, North California
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