El Yunque and the Northeast Travel Guide
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Plan Your El Yunque and the Northeast Vacation
Tree frogs, rare parrots, and wild horses only start the list of northeastern Puerto Rico's offerings. The backdrops for encounters with an array of flora and fauna include the 28,000-acre El Yunque tropical rain forest, the seven ecosystems in the Reserva Natural Las Cabezas de San Juan, and Laguna Grande, where tiny sea creatures appear to light up the waters.
The east coast has a wide variety of lodgings from small lodges in the mountains to large, lavish resorts along the coast. Also available are government-approved...read more
Some restaurants carry the tourist board's meson gastronómico designation. Such establishments specialize in typical island food. The eastern region has...read more
Things To Do in El Yunque and the Northeast
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Take a hike: Take in the spectacular waterfalls of El Yunque, the only rain forest within the U.S. National Forest system.... Read more
In the east you'll find fine fare of all types. On the traditional side, look for the deep-fried snacks (often stuffed with meat or fish) known... Read more
The Taíno Indians called it the iguaca, Spanish speakers refer to it as the cotorra, and scientists know it as Amazona vittata. Whatever moniker... Read more
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