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Many people travel to Puerto Rico to enjoy adrenaline surging caving, rock climbing, ziplining and rappelling adventures. Learn about four adventure tours and a fantastic walking tour you should check out for your next over-the-edge experience.

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Learn about and explore places to stay on Isla de Vieques, an island located 7-8 miles off the southeast coast of Puerto Rico.

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Learn about things to do and places to stay in Rincón, Puerto Rico. Rincón literally means “corner” or “niche” and this town has certainly developed its niche for some of the best surfing, whale watching, snorkeling, and scuba diving in Puerto Rico.

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Puerto Rico is called the Island of Enchantment because of its stunningly diverse landscape that would delight the ultimate outdoorsman (or outdoor woman). It is carved and dotted with sandy beaches, caves, mangrove lagoons, rugged mountains, and the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. national forest system.

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San Juan offers a dazzling array of places to stay so our team did some of the legwork to identify seven contenders. Will you stay in one of the historic inns in Old San Juan, a beautiful beachfront spot in Condado, or a guesthouse in Santurce?

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While it is known as the Conch Republic, Key West has developed its own gastronomic markers that evolved beyond conch fritters and conch chowder. If you plan to visit Key West soon, keep reading to get the inside scoop on some the island’s best restaurants where you can get an authentic Key West dining experience.

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From a snorkeling tour to a wreck drive to one of the fastest growing ghost tours in the country, Key West has numerous sightseeing options for travelers interested in a little adventure.

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Bahama Village is a sixteen block community that is a haven of Florida Conch architecture, some of the best restaurants on the island including the famous Blue Heaven, authentic Caribbean [mostly Bahamian] culture, and a unique history.

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Old Town is where many of the island’s attractions can be found and that is to be expected since it is the site where Key West was developed. Top things to do in Old Town include visiting the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum or taking a jaunt down the famous Duval Street with its funky shops, art galleries and bars.

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For such a small island, Key West packs a heavy punch when you explore the fun neighborhoods, its fascinating history, cultural diversity, inviting beaches, frequent pub crawls, and, of course, one of the things it has become famous for–tasty key lime pie.

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