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Here are some interesting facts for members that may want to visit Puerto Rico.

Tripps Plus Reviews members say that it’s not possible to overlook Puerto Rico when you’re making your travel plans.

Tripps Plus Reviews suggests Puerto Rico has many advantages over many destinations; for example, for those who are American citizens, need no passport is required to enter the country.

You can get all the aura of an international destination without the hassle of customs. This Puerto Rico travel guide is here for you to determine some high places to visit on your trip to this beautiful island destination.

The El Morro: commonly known as the Castillo de San Felipe del Morro, is the star attraction in Old San Juan. For 400 years, it has been the most recognizable landmark. Its primary function was to protect the valuable shipping route taking sailors from the Old World to the New.

A stroll through the citadel gives visitors a fascinating look at Puerto Rico’s storied military history. Looking at the grand cannons that still aim out to the ocean or standing in a sentry box is a captivating look at a soldier’s life in the colonial era.

Tripps Plus Reviews recommends visiting El Morro Fort.

Next on your list is the Vieques Bio bay: perfect for a moonless night. You will start your trip in a sea kayak, paddle out towards the mangrove trees to Mosquito Bay. What begins as a great little trip on the water ends as you emerge into one of the most stunning bio-luminescent bays in the world.


El Morro Fortress

Media Luna Beach in Vieques

El Yunque: also known as “The Anvil,” is worth a visit, as it is the only tropical rain forest to be found in the U.S. National Forest System. Lush and gorgeous scenery only a few hours from San Juan will captivate you when you visit. You’ll find beginner and challenging hikes at El Yunque, and you can end your walk with a dive under a waterfall.

El Yunque National Forest Park by Tripps Plus Reviews

The next adventure on your journey is Culebrita: unspoiled and isolated in all its beauty. There is but one human-made structure on Culebrita – a lighthouse – so it is the perfect place to relax. Frolic among the turtles at Playa Tortuga or snorkel along West Beach for a memorable experience.


Tropical Flora Of El Yunque National Forest In Puerto Rico


Zoni Beach, Culebrita

Last but not least, head to the Camuy Caves: Since it is the third most extensive cave system in the world today, you’ll find plenty to see and do there. You can mud-slide, body raft, free jump, and otherwise tour through 600 feet.

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