Puerto Rico: Island of Natural Wonders 2017Tour details
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Our tours website: Puerto Rico: Island of Natural Wonders
Date: February Vacation 2017
Tour Leader: Ms. Sarah Jones
Email: tornadotravelersclub@gmail.com
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San Juan, Ponce, Parguera, Fajardo
Introduce your self to the Spanish-influenced history of Puerto Rico and take your class through canopies and caverns to discover diverse and fascinating ecosystems.
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Day 1: San Juanp8.JPG

Arrive in San Juan

Day 2: San Juan

Take a tour of El Yunque Rainforest
    • Only tropical forest on U.S. soil
    • Home to many plant and animal species not found anywhere else
El Yungue Visitor Center
Enjoy free time at Luquillo Beach

Day 3: San Juan

Visit Camuy Caverns
Take a guided sightseeing tour of Old San Juan
    • La Fortaleza
    • San Juan Cathedral, site of the tomb of Ponce de Leonp10.JPG
    • Capitol Building
    • Paseo de la Princesa
Visit El Morro
    • The oldest Spanish fortification in the Caribbean

Day 4: Ponce

Travel to Ponce
Visit a Coffee Plantation
Visit Ponce Art Museum
Walking tour of Ponce
    • Plaza Las Delicias
    • Parque de Bombas
Cooking class and dinner in Ponce
Travel to La Parguera
Bioluminescent Bay boat tour
    • Illuminating microscopic marine plankton that give the bay its glow
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Day 5: La Parguera

Enjoy a snorkeling excursion
Travel to San Juan
Enjoy a salsa lesson

Day 6: Fajardo and San Juan

Excursion to Fajardo
Take a guided tour of Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve
Free time at Fajardo Beach

Day 7: San Juan

Depart for home



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EL MORRO Construction on this Old San Juan fort began all the way back in the 16th century, just 50 years after Columbus arrived in the New World. Overlooking San Juan Bay, the wide open fort has cannonballs, parapets, sentry boxes, tunnels and staircases to explore. Since the time it was built, the fort has seen more than its share of action, having defended itself against everyone from Sir Francis Drake in 1595, to the Dutch, British and American militaries in the centuries that followed. Today, El Morro is a World Heritage Site maintained by the U.S. National Parks Service.

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