Puerto Rico ignites up many Caribbean ecstasies, for all the right reasons, this natural treasury of priceless of gems can delight the most laid-back beach bum, the rainforest expeditionary and the audacious surfers. Its profound corals are smorgasbord of tropical fish, its limestone caves in the central hills echoes with quack of frogs, and its unmatched wilderness- juxtaposition of wet and dry places- home some of the most enigmatic as well as endangered species of the bird.
Rum cocktails at sunset
For an immortal drinking experience, you will have to mix Pina Coladas with dramatic sunsets. It is said that any trip to Puerto Rico is incomplete without a savory Cuba libre (a mixture of Coke and rum adorned by a chock of lime) Find a comfy seat in the west –probably the Rincón’s ultra-chill surfer hang and watch the nature’s conspiracy to make your cocktail experience an ethereal one, by mixing ochre red and orange shades of skies into each other and then abandoning them to the fiery of the night. Remember you will not sip in just another drink; it is the sip of the heavens.
Swimming & snorkeling
Most of the island’s stupendous snorkeling and swimming sites are flung out of the heavily swarmed touristy strips, on satellite islands off the main islands eastern shores and striking corals in the southwest. During morning hours, waters of these coasts are surprisingly clear and gentle enough for you to oar around and enjoy the high visibility which allows you to see below up to 75 feet. And get mesmerized by the colorful display of vibrant fishes and an odd ray as well. The gin-clear waters of Isla Desecheo also lures in diving enthusiasts from across the globe.
El Yunque tropical rainforest
The emerald green forest, lush hills and rushing waterfalls of El Yunque are the only real rainforests in the U.S, a place to witness the natural extravagance and trek through the mist covered trails, explore cascades and get awe-struck by gigantic cliffs. Don’t forget to bring your binoculars, because the country has 26 indigenous wild creatures to its badge
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