Puerto Rico is one of the biggest islands in the Caribbean, and it has much more to offer than rain forests. It also has caves, mountains, coral reefs, white-sand beaches, championship golf courses, fantastic cuisine, world-class shopping and a vibrant culture. The sounds of Puerto Rico's El Yunque National Forest will no doubt draw visitors—giggling children running by, tree frogs croaking and the rustle of the leafy canopy. What's more, the rain forest is close enough to San Juan for a day trip. Contact us now to start your trip planning to Puerto Rico!
The Latin flair of Puerto Rico is evident in everything you see and do there. Attractions in Puerto Rico include historic sites, outdoor adventures and plenty of amusements. San Felipe del Morro and San Cristobal are two not-to-be-missed forts. Spanish colonial architecture reigns supreme around the Historic District of Old San Juan, in which more than 400 buildings have been preserved. San Juan Bautista Cathedral is known for its exquisite trompe l'oeil renderings. Rum lovers will enjoy a visit to the world's largest rum distillery, Bacardi Rum Distillery in Catano, just west of San Juan. This "Cathedral of Rum" has guided tours and an on-site shop. Puerto Rico has three bioluminescent bays. This phenomenon is created by thousands of single-celled organisms giving off light underwater as a response to agitation, and it happens in very few places throughout the world. Each night, this aquatic lightshow can be seen at Laguna Grande, on the east coast, La Parguera on the southwest coast, and Mosquito Bay, on the outer island of Vieques.