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Camping Sites Puerto Rico

By |June 18th, 2015|

CAMPING SITES PUERTO RICO – PART 2

The camping sites Puerto Rico are beautiful and you must know where to go before you arrive!  This is Part 2 of our Camping information post.  See Part 1 to get the information of booking and pre-planning your camping experience.  Remember, you need at least 10 days beforehand to book!  Camping In Puerto Rico – Part 1.
*Update 2016 Ways To Win The War Vs Mosquitos:
Puerto Rico.  Zika virus and what to do if you travel?  Just to alert you guys, it’s still way super safe and statiscically speaking the odds are in your favor that you will still have a great time Camping in Puerto Rico if you take some precautions.

Let me be straight up.  Mosquitos do exist in Puerto Rico.

How to win?  (I’m just doing this myself in our backyard and it’s done wonders on my daily battle vs. mosquitos)

Check out this great article.  Citronella.
NORTH SHORE CAMPING
*Camuy Cave […]

The Secrets Of Camping in Puerto Rico- Part 1 (The Process)

By |June 7th, 2014|

Camping in Puerto Rico is a wondrous experience and there’s no other place in the world quite like camping in sandy beaches, tropical forests, mountain lakesides, underground rivers, and even some caves in this awesome island. You will need to have a car for sure to get to these places. We love camping and it is part of our lives and lifestyle. Since I moved to Puerto Rico it was pretty hard getting all of the necessary information in one place, so we hope this section of camping helps you plan your logistics if you plan on camping in the enchanted island.
Process to Reserve Camping sites
First and foremost and yes this will be in capital letters and bold typeface because it is important. IN ORDER TO CAMP IN PUERTO RICO, YOU MUST APPLY A MINIMUM OF 10 DAYS PRIOR TO YOUR ARRIVAL DATE. This is really important because you just can’t land in San Juan […]

The Caves In Puerto Rico You Fear To Enter Hold The Treasures You Seek

By |January 21st, 2014|

Along the north shore of this tropical paradise there are a ton of options of beautiful gems to check out.  You can go dizzy with what to choose to do if you only have 1 day in the region. The north shore sights are plenty and stores within it many treasures to check out.  It is a wild and rugged landscape with gorgeous ocean views with a mixture of the mountainous karst country.  It’s a combination of an urban setting (not as crowded as the Metro Area), but with the right touch of nature.

For the purposes of our Puerto Rico Adventures Revealed book, the north shore consists from the regions of Arecibo/Utuado and along the coasts of Dorado and finally ending in the Bayamon/Guaynabo region.

A helicopter tour operator once mentioned to us that the north shore with it’s rocky shores and rough waters with awe inspiring waves is the best scenic spot on the island.  We’d […]

Change Your Channel & See Window Cave In Puerto Rico

By |January 13th, 2014|

What is it within our hearts that makes us want to travel, explore, and see beyond what we can wildly imagine?  What makes you want to come here?  What makes you read the next sentence?  Your next thought.  What is our experience?  What do we all have in common?  Life.  Experiences.  Love.

Which is why, without a doubt, come to Cueva Ventana and change your channel to the “Window Cave” or “Eye of the Island.”  Of all the caves in Puerto Rico, this is one of the prettiest (although sometimes crowded).

You’re heading towards the northwest corner of Puerto Rico, driving west on PR-22 towards Arecibo/Utuado and taking PR 10-down south about 10 minutes till you see a Texaco gas station on your left. You’ll see the signs you can’t miss it.  Park at the gas station and grab your gear for the 25 minute hike.

There are places we see in photos that immediately leap out at […]