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Rio Grande Attractions & Things To Do

Rio Mar Beach Resort & Spa Exterior The never ending list of attractions, activities and things to do in Puerto Rico will astound and amaze. Nature enthusiasts, beach goers and leisure travelers will enjoy access to a myriad of natural parks, historic buildings and long stretches of white sandy beaches to explore and admire. Whether you're in the mood for the ultimate payout at one of the island's exciting casinos, playing to par at one of the local wyndham-golf-resorts courses, or snorkeling the refreshing Caribbean waters Puerto Rico has it all and more.
Bacardi Rum Distillery At Rio Grande, Puerto RicoBacardi Rum Distillery
Puerto Rico has a long rum producing history and today produces more than 27 different rum variations, from light bodied to premium aged and flavored. A visit to Puerto Rico would not be complete without exploring the grounds of the famed Bacardi Rum Distillery.

The Bacardi Rum Distillery, established in 1936 in northern Catano, is the largest rum distillery in the world. Visitors can join one of the daily guided tours of the facilities, ride the trolly to the Bacardi family museum or sample some of Bacardi's most popular rum concoctions.
Highway 888 Catano,
San Juan, PR

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Bioluminescent Bay At Rio Grande, Puerto RicoBioluminescent Bay
Also known as Mosquito Bay, Bioluminescent Bay is home to over 720,000 single-celled bioluminescent organisms known as dinoflagellates. When these microorganisms are disturbed, they glow and cast beautiful hues of neon greens and blues into the dark waters.

Puerto Rico's Bioluminescent Bay is one of the brightest in the world and is located along the southern shore of Isla de Vieques. Join a guided tour to get up close to this mysterious natural wonder.
Vieques, PR

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Cabo Rojo Lighthouse At Rio Grande, Puerto RicoCabo Rojo Lighthouse
Towering 200 feet above Puerto Rico's rocky limestone cliffs, the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse will astound and impress. The faro, or lighthouse is located in the charming seaside town of Cabo Rojo and was constructed in 1882 by the Spanish.

Climb to the top of the hill for magnificent views of the shimmering bay. You'll be surrounded by tranquil blue waters and warm tropical weather that will make you never want to leave this scenic spot. Grab a picnic lunch and spend the afternoon with family or that special someone.
Cabo Rojo, PR

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Camuy Caves At Rio Grande, Puerto RicoCamuy Caves
Descend 200 feet into the belly of this world-renowned tropical cave. You'll be astounded by the dramatic sight of the world's third-largest underground river. Camuy Caves are part of an intricate network of sinkholes, canyons and caverns filled with beautiful rock formations, lakes, stalagmites and stalactites.

Exploring Camuy Caves is done by an open-air trolley and on foot. Be prepared to come face-to-face with lush tropical vegetation including ferns, flowers and mysterious cave butterflies and birds.
Route 129,
Camuy, PR

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El Yunque Caribbean National Forest At Rio Grande, Puerto RicoEl Yunque Caribbean National Forest
Just ten minutes from Rio Grande, visitors can access the famed El Yunque Caribbean National Forest. This mountainous tropical region is teeming with lush giant tree ferns, cascading waterfalls and breathtaking vistas.

As the only tropical rainforest under the U.S. National Forest System, El Yunque offers nature lovers a variety of outdoor offerings. La Coca Falls and La Mina Falls cascade gently down its rocky slopes, while the high-pitched whistles of the Puerto Rican tree frog are sure to amaze. The forest features plenty of picnic areas, trail heads and exotic flora and fauna to explore and uncover. You won't want to miss an eco tour or zip lining adventure.
Rio Grande, PR

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