Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Puerto Rico: Your 5-Star Vacation Awaits

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The first time we visited Puerto Rico was about four years ago, and it is one vacation I'll always cherish and never forget. My husband and I enjoyed the sights, sounds and taste of Puerto Rico. We gravitated to Puerto Rico's tastey Lechon and the mofongo.  We walked and got lost in the streets of Old San Juan. We took photos of the colorful houses and we enjoyed the fresh breeze of the sea. My husband and I have been talking about going back there and our itinerary is just getting longer. No doubt, Puerto Rico is a 5-star vacation destination filled with world-class attractions.

Puerto Rico is a unique travelers' destination because of the variety of activities it offers. Whether you are an adventure seeker, a foodie, a beach person, a photograph enthusiast, a golfer, you'll be absolutely surprised because Puerto Rico has everything that you want in a fantastic vacation. What we love about Puerto Rico is that no visa or passports are needed, it's as easy as just hop on a plane and go! Also, you don't need to worry about exchanging for foreign money. It's like being at home but still seeing a different country if you know what I mean.

If you're reading this, I think it's time to Live your own 5-star vacation story in Puerto Rico. There are so many things you can do in Puerto Rico and here are a few things you can add on your "to do and must see" list:

  • Puerto Rico has 270 miles of coastline and featured in the Top 10 beaches from Travel Channel -- including Flamenco Beach in Culebra, often cited as one of the best beaches in the world.
  • You can glow like an angel in the water in the Bioluminescent bays.
  • You can visit the only rainforest under US national park service, El Yunque, and climb to the clouds.
  • History Buffs can enjoy old world charm of San Juan and visit the El Morro Fortress.
  • Adventurers can enjoy horse back riding or the magnificent Camuy caverns that runs through the 3rd largest subterranean river in the world.
  • Foodies can experience the delicacies of Puerto Rican gastronomy and it’s famous Rums.
  • Or just chill out in Old San Juan and enjoy a pan de mallorca and coffee with your travel buddy.

If you're still unconvinced, visit seepuertorico.com and let me know through comments why you'd want to visit Puerto Rico. Don't forget to watch this great video of El Yunque. My husband and I loved and enjoyed visiting El Yunque. This place is truly full of enchantment as we traversed through the different climate of the forest, looked and listened to the sound of the Coqui frog, climbed the Yokahu Tower and more.


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