Puerto Rico is easily described as one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. However, there’s more to Puerto Rico than warm, sandy beaches and beautiful views. We’ve compiled a list of the top 7 must-see attractions of Puerto Rico to help you experience all that Puerto Rico has to offer.

The Vieques Bio Bay

Located on the southern shore of Vieques Island, this bioluminescent bay is a must-see, natural phenomenon. Organisms called Pyrodinium bahamense, Dinoflagellates cause the bay to produce bright rays of blue light when the water is moved.

Castillo San Felipe del Morro

Known as “El Morro,” this fortress is one of Puerto Rico’s most recognizable and well-known historical structures. The history behind the fort and the views of San Juan Bay make this a fun way to explore Puerto Rican heritage.

Old San Juan

Old San Juan boasts eye-catching colonial architecture and hundreds of years of historical interest around every corner. A multitude of dining options, beautiful promenades, historical attractions, art galleries, and nightlife await you.

El Yunque National Rainforest

Known for being the only rainforest in the US National Forest System, El Yunque Rainforest is home to lush foliage, a warm, tropical climate, and impressive waterfalls. The rainforest boasts breathtaking views that are best enjoyed by hiking along one of the many trails available.

Flamenco Beach

White, sandy beaches and crystal-clear, blue water make Flamenco Beach one of the top beaches in Puerto Rico. A mile of undisturbed coastline and stunning dive sites attract visitors from across the globe to one of Puerto Rico’s hidden gems.

Rio Camuy Cave Park

Known as one of the largest caves in the world, Rio Camuy Cave is an ideal destination for exploring Puerto Rico’s natural wonders. Descend underground into caves carved by the Camuy River or explore the forested areas of the caves above ground.

However you choose to explore Puerto Rico, you’re sure to leave with a rich understanding of Puerto Rican history, culture, and an appreciation for the country’s natural beauty.

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