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Puerto Rico

El Yunque, Rio Grande

Adventures are everywhere in Puerto Rico, from moonlit kayaking in Fajardo’s Bioluminescent Bay to spelunking in the limestone underworld of Rio Camuy Cave Park. Plus, you can ride the world’s longest zip line at Toro Verde Park and hike through the only rain forest in the U.S. national park system at El Yunque National Rain Forest.

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Sun Bay Beach, Vieques

Puerto Rico is surrounded by 300 miles of coastline from the popular San Juan beaches of Isla Verde and Condado to more remote beaches like Boquerón Beach Park and Rincon (the surfing capital) on the western coast. You can even venture off the mainland to the unspoiled islands of Culebra and Vieques -- just a short flight away.

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El Morro, Old San Juan

Puerto Rico has a diverse culture, from the colonial Spanish architecture of Old San Juan and Ponce to the African vejigante masks and ancient Taíno lace (mundillo) in museums. As one of the earliest Spanish settlements in the New World, many of San Juan’s oldest structures are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including La Fortaleza.

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El Morro, Old San Juan

With roundtrip airfares among the cheapest from the States to the Caribbean and no U.S. passports required, it’s easy to vacation with the entire family in Puerto Rico. Go explore centuries-old Spanish Colonial castles, snorkel the turquoise waters or visit the interactive exhibits at San Juan's children's museum, Museo del Niño.

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La Casita Blanca, San Juan

Spanish, African and native Taino Indian flavors influence Puerto Rico’s unique cocina criolla cuisine. The island is a foodie haven, from simple seafood and cuchifrito shacks to celebrity-chef run restaurants, including "Iron Chef" star Roberto Treviño. Don't miss a stop at a coffee house for locally grown, organic coffee.

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