Puerto Rico is home to some of the best beaches in the world. From the world-famous Flamenco Beach in Culebra to the secluded Playa Sucia in Cabo Rojo. I would also recommend visiting Rincon which is known for its great surfing beaches.
Puerto Rico is covered in lush rainforests and mountains. There are plenty of hiking trails to choose from, ranging from easy to difficult. El Yunque National Forest is the largest forest in Puerto Rico and home to some of the island’s most beautiful waterfalls.
Puerto Rican cuisine is a mix of Spanish, Taíno, and African influences. One of the island’s most popular dishes is arroz con gandules which is rice with pigeon peas. Another dish that you must try is mofongo, a mashed plantain dish that is usually served with chicken or shrimp
Puerto Rico is surrounded by crystal-clear waters which makes it the perfect place to go on a boat tour. There are many different boat tours to choose from, including snorkeling, scuba diving, and whale watching tours.