Hilton caribbean blog

Diverse and naturally beautiful, the Caribbean offers fun for everyone. Whether you’re dreaming of basking on the beach, hiking through a tropical rain forest, or roaming through ancient buildings, you’ll find it here. Casinos, restaurants, museums, chic shops, pristine beaches and coral reefs are just the beginning. You’ll never run out of things to do on your Caribbean vacation.

Guánica Dry Forest Reserve

11 Jun, 2016

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Enjoy 10,000 acres of dry land inhabited by over 600 uncommon types of plants and animals, including 48 endangered species and 16 that are unique to Puerto Rico! Learn More

Canyoning, White Water Rafting & Ziplining

03 May, 2016

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Canyoning resembles caving in many ways, but “canyoneers” jump, climb and rappel down open-air sheer cliffs along the rushing waters of Puerto Rico’s rivers. Learn More

Hiking

03 May, 2016

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Whether you are a serious or leisure hiker, Puerto Rico’s renowned forests, the El Yunque and the Gunica Dry Forest, offer marked trails and roads that will take you to majestic crags and rushing waterfalls. Learn More

Toro Negro Forest & Lookout Tower

03 May, 2016

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This fantastic natural forest is unique from others with impressive panoramic views, waterfalls, small creeks, a man-made fresh water lake, and migratory birds to watch. Learn More

Wildlife in Puerto Rico

26 Apr, 2016

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Natural beauty abounds in Puerto Rico! Learn More

Puerto Rico Adventure Activities

28 Mar, 2016

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From hiking, rock climbing and kayaking, the adventure traveler can find it all in Puerto Rico. Learn More

Puerto Rico for the Nature Lover

07 Mar, 2016

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Puerto Rico offers plenty of opportunities to experience nature. Learn More

Angels Cave

29 Feb, 2016

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This journey into the forest begins via a thrilling Tyrolean, followed by a 200-foot rappel into the enormous mouth of the Angeles Sinkhole. Learn More

Camuy River Cave Park

22 Feb, 2016

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There are only two other places in the world where you will find a cave system as massive or dramatic as the Río Camuy Cave Park––and neither of them has a tropical underground river thundering through it! Learn More

Canoeing

15 Feb, 2016

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The canoe and Puerto Rico have shared a special historic relationship as it is said that the island’s first Indian settlers probably arrived in dugout canoes a few thousand years ago. Learn More