Article

Las Cascadas Waterpark

Las Cascadas Waterpark (Highway 2 km 126, Aguadilla) — this is the largest water park on the island. The park has attractions for all ages: a wave pool, a passive river and a children’s area with slides, pools and other attractions suitable for their age. For those who want to test their strength there is […]

Article

Cueva Ventana

Cueva Ventana (“Cave Window” in English) — is a large cave situated atop a 800 ft. high limestone cliff in Arecibo. The cave overlooks the Río Grande de Arecibo valley. It is visible from PR-123 but is accessible from a trail that begins adjacent to a Texaco gas station located along PR-10. The Disney Channel […]

Article

Parque de las Cavernas del Rio Camuy

Parque de las Cavernas del Rio Camuy — located about one hour west of San Juan, Rio Camuy Cave Park, a collection of limestone caves, is one of just a handful of spots in the world where you can see so many natural formations in one park. This 268-acre sight features cathedral cave with its […]

Article

El Yunque Rain Forest

El Yunque Rain Forest (Rio Grande, PR) — Get a chance to see a real tropical rain forest at El Yunque. The 28,000-acre park is about 24 miles (a one-hour drive) from San Juan and the only such forest in the United States. El Yunque is home to more than 240 species of plants, birds […]

Article

GOLF DESTINATIONS

Golf in Puerto Rico combines the visual cornucopia of its natural environment (lakes, rivers, rainforests, mountains, palm trees, and miles of beachfront) with the challenge of negotiating courses designed by some of the biggest names in the business. Here are the island’s best courses: Trump International Golf Club (100 Clubhouse Drive, Rio Grand) – located […]

Article

Isla Verde Beach

Isla Verde Beach is the longest and widest in San Juan. It is ideal for swimming, and it, too, is lined with high-rise Miami Beach-style resorts. Many luxury condos are on this beachfront. Isla Verde is good for watersports, including parasailing and snorkeling, because of its calm, clear waters, and many kiosks will rent you […]

Article

SAN JUAN BEACHES

SAN JUAN BEACHES All beaches on Puerto Rico, even those fronting the top hotels, are open to the public. Public bathing beaches, with lifeguards and facilities, are called balnearios and charge for parking and for use of lockers and showers. Beach hours in general are 9am to 5pm in winter, to 6pm off-season. Most balnearios […]

Article

Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel & Casino

Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel & Casino (101 Calle Brumbaugh, Old San Juan) — It’s impossible to ignore this ground-floor casino, the only place to gamble in Old San Juan. You can see the gaming room from the hotel’s main stairway, the balcony above, and the lobby. Light bounces off the Bahía de San Juan […]

Article

San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino (1309 Avenida Ashford, Condado) — The crowd is casual and the decor tropical and bubbly at this spacious gaming room. Right outside, there’s a huge bar, where Latin musicians perform on weekends, and an adjacent café.