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Afterwards you will discover the great historical town of Old San Juan and take the opportunity to discover the town and go shopping! Discover Puerto Rico's lush turquoise sea life and swimming in the crystalline Caribbean Sea! Snorkell and discover the wonderful sand island or the small but fine island of Palominos.
Don't miss your opportunity to enjoy the thrill of flight through the crowns of the Peruvian rain forest in this secure outing! This kayaking trip is a true spectacle of nature, where you can explore the water of the lake when it is illuminated at dusk, when it is in contact or swum in.
Underneath the ceiling of the nightsky you can bathe in this wonderful water that glows! One of Puerto Rico's most stunning places is when the sundown of the tropic blue water forms the uniquely low blue skyline for which the islands are renowned at sundown.
If you are an expert horseman or a novice, you will love a trip through the picturesque landscape, along the shores of the Mameyes River and through the spurs of El Yunque National Rainforest! Or you can take a fresh bath in the lovely water of the Mameyes River! Camuy River in Puerto Rico is a cavesystem.
Situated between the communities of Camuy, Hatillo and Lares in the northwest of Puerto Rico. They are part of a large net of lime stone cavities and subterranean water ways excavated by the third biggest subterranean stream in the word, the Camuy Rivier. In 1958 the system of cavities was found and in 1973 it was recorded for the first time.
Get on an adrenalin kick like no other and dive into the stunning landscape of the eastern coastline of Puerto Rico. Accompany our expert instructors on marked trails through farmlands and luxuriant countryside, scale rolling hillocks, spray through rivers and much more! The Capitolio and San Cristobal Fort will show you first-hand how the Spanish constructed and protected their fortified town.
Coming from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Puerto Rico has a wealth of breathtaking architectural styles, stores, open-air cafes and more! Puerto Rico's most populous town outside the San Juan area is called after Juan Ponce de Len y Loayza, the great-grandson of the conqueror of Spain, Juan Ponce de Len.
It is often called La Perla del Sur (The Pearl of the South), La Ciudad Seorial (The Noble, or Lordley, City) and La Ciudad de las Quenepas (Genip City).