Old San Juan
A mystical area over 5 centuries old. As you meander down the narrow streets toward the Fort of El Morro you can imagine the horse carriages being pulled thru them. On the way you will pass the oldest Catholic church in the Americas. There is a diversity of restaurants and bars. It is a wonderful area to spend the day.
El Yunque National Forest
The El Yunque National Forest is the only tropical rain forest in the national forest system. At nearly 29,000 acres, it is one of the smallest in size, yet one of the most biologically diverse of the national forests hosting hundreds of animal and plant species, some of which are found only here.
Listed as one of the top 10 beaches in the world! A beautiful beach with a localized strip of restaurants with a diversity of foods. Fun activities from jet boots to horseback riding. It is located a quick 15 minutes from El Yunque and a great place to go after exploring the rain forest.
SCUBA Diving and Snorkling
Puerto Rico has some of the most untouched SCUBA diving in the world. The island has a diversity of diving options from Wall dives to gently sloping coral fingers with a multitude of animal life. Oh, if your not a diver but would love to be we have that covered also, every year in February we hold a SCUBA class at la hacienda.
Ponce is on the South/East side of the island that we all owe respect to since this is where Stephanie's family came from. It has the oldest fire department in the United States but you are more likely to want to take a tour of El Museo Castillo Serralles which was the house of the founder of DonQ rum and the only place you can take a tour caring a piña colada! In February join the Carnaval Ponceño, next to Rio De Janeiro the second largest carnival.
Puerto Rico has the longest highest Zip-Line in the world!
Numerous bioluminescent bays.
Manatees, Whale migration, Fishing charters, or just sitting on the beach with a pina colada