The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico is associated with the United States. It is located in the northeastern Caribbean Sea with its north shore facing the Atlantic Ocean. It is approximately 50 miles east of the Dominican Republic, 40 miles west of the Virgin Islands, and 1,000 miles southeast of the state of Florida in the USA. It has two small islands off the east coast, Vieques and Culebra which are a part of Puerto Rico.
It does take a few days to explore Puerto Rico. The capital is San Juan, which often takes a day’s stroll itself to see all of the sites. Plan your itinerary to explore this amazing destination with these helpful Puerto Rico travel tips from someone who has been there!
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El Yunque National Forest
Puerto Rico has one of the few tropical rainforests in North America, the only tropical rainforest in the US Forest System, and one of the smallest known rainforests ever. El Yunque National Forest is a wonderland of lush greenery, cascading waterfalls, and vibrant wildlife, making it a natural paradise for nature enthusiasts.
The enchanting trails lead to breathtaking viewpoints, while the symphony of tropical birds and the soothing sounds of rushing water create an unforgettable experience in this Caribbean gem.
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