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Your favorite "Must See/Do"

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Your favorite "Must See/Do"

We are staying in Luquillo again this year and if you could only do one thing, or visit one place on the Island what/where would it be? We did San Juan, Luquillo Beach, the Rainforrest etc. But if there was one thing you think is a must what would it be? Just curious everyones opinion....Thanks

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1. Re: Your favorite "Must See/Do"

Visit Culebra Island's Flamenco Beach. Spectacular!

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2. Re: Your favorite "Must See/Do"

Agreed!!!

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3. Re: Your favorite "Must See/Do"

Hire a boat in Las Croabas and spend the day on Icacos ...

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4. Re: Your favorite "Must See/Do"

www.islaculebra.com

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5. Re: Your favorite "Must See/Do"

Visit the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse- west coast of PR ( about a 2.5-3 hour drive from SJ but very much worth it!)

Go to www.caborojopr.com

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6. Re: Your favorite "Must See/Do"

go to the bio luminescent bay.....

have lunch at Jajome Terrace in the mountain region of Cayey....

go to the museum of Puerto Rico (Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico), visit art galleries in the historic district, have sunday brunch at Picayo, restaurant located inside the museum and enjoy the puerto rican fusion cuisine of master chef Wilo Benet

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7. Re: Your favorite "Must See/Do"

go to the bio luminescent bay.....

have lunch at Jajome Terrace in the mountain region of Cayey....

go to the museum of Puerto Rico (Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico), visit art galleries in the historic district, have sunday brunch at Picayo, restaurant located inside the museum and enjoy the puerto rican fusion cuisine of master chef Wilo Benet..

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8. Re: Your favorite "Must See/Do"

go to the bio luminescent bay.....

have lunch at Jajome Terrace in the mountain region of Cayey....

go to the museum of Puerto Rico (Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico), visit art galleries in the historic district, have sunday brunch at Picayo, restaurant located inside the museum and enjoy the puerto rican fusion cuisine of master chef Wilo Benet....

fly a kite at El Morro (fort in the historic district)...

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9. Re: Your favorite "Must See/Do"

I have not had chance to do this yet 9it's on my top 'to do' list,

Drive the Route Panoramica (or at least part of it).

From all accounts you need a couple of days to do this if you plan to drive the whole route - but you could just pick a section and do that.

The route runs East - West (or West to East) across the island and takes you to the highest (driveable points) on the island.

I have heard that the views are amazing.

Another option would be to head into the mountains and hit one of the local restaurants and have roast pig - delicious

Have a ball....

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10. Re: Your favorite "Must See/Do"

1- Bio-bay (vieques or Fajardo)

2- Camuy Caverns

3- Culebra Island- all, not just Flamenco beach

4- Mona Island (day tour)

5- Toro Negro National Forest

6- Go kayaking at the Espiritu Santo River (the closest- but there are others)

7- Watch the whales migrate in Rincon (seasonal)

8- Go to the Fiestas Patronales (patron saint festivities) in a nearby town (also seasonal)

9- Parasailing at Isla Verde or Rio Mar

10- Visit Guavate on a weekend to taste all sorts of local delicacies