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Puerto Rico

Central: Lush Mountains

Trade in white sand beaches for the remote central mountains. Here, adventurers can mix and match experiences like forest hikes in Utuado, boat rides on Dos Bocas Lake and secluded submersions at Dona Juana Falls. Plus, Toro Verde Park just added the Monster -- the world's longest zip line with speeds up to 93 mph.

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South: European Charm

The culturally unique south centers around the colonial Spanish influenced town of Ponce, which dates back to the 1500s. Caribbean and neo-classical European styles come to life in Ponce from the historic trolley to the iconic red-and-black Parque de Bombas fire station to the cathedral in Plaza Las Delicias.

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North: Natural Wonders

Go spelunking in the limestone underworld of Rio Camuy Cave Park and float down the third-largest underground river in the world. Climb along the oceanside cliffs in Arecibo or venture down into La Cueva del Indio to view prehistoric petroglyphs. Or stay above ground, and ride a horse along lush trails or through the ocean waves.

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West: Locals' Favorite

This is where the locals vacation -- a hidden-gem locale with cliffside beaches where it's easy to find a stretch of shoreline all to yourself. Locals favor Boquerón Beach Park and surfers flock to Rincon's renowned waves. Don’t miss the picturesque sunsets at the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse.

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East: Unspoiled Tropics

El Yunque National Rain Forest in the east is the only rain forest in the U.S. national park system. Hike to the mountaintops along the Mt. Britton Tower trail, dip in the La Mina Falls or take a moonlit kayak through Fajardo’s Bioluminescent Bay. The unspoiled Culebra and Vieques islands are just a ferry ride away from Fajardo.

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