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Natural Wonders in Puerto Rico

We've been saying in Puerto Rico--Hurricane Maria didn't destroy the island, we were simply renovating! As we continue to renovate the island, you'll continue to see the bright green buds, almost florescent, coming out of the tree limbs and the ground, reminding us that we definitely need to take a moment to reflect on some of the natural beauties in Puerto Rico. Our list of Puerto Rico Natural Wonders includes a number of places in Puerto Rico that have a unique natural component to it--something so exclusive it can't be found anywhere ...

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5 Things Puerto Rico Does Better

If you have never been to Puerto Rico, there are many reasons to come visit. From the people, the food, the great weather, and activities--there's no reason to be indoors, claiming boredom, or attached to your mobile device (unless you are taking selfies at one of the great island sites). If you are from Puerto Rico, then you know why the island is magical and understand it's hard to begin to tell visitors the best things about it--because you probably enjoy it all. Here are a few reasons why Puerto Rico is a perfect place to visit. ...

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Hurricane Maria: Help Puerto Rico Thrive Again

Puerto Rico, and many of the surrounding islands, was devastated by Hurricane Maria during the month of September. It will take many more months and, sadly, years to regain our stance. As we see many nonprofits or grassroots requesting funding, it's hard to distinguish how to contribute resources and which group or person is legitimate. We advocate helping the island as much as possible. However, we try to emphasize supporting grassroots initiatives--ensuring your deeds are going from you and directly to the people or places in need. This ...

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3 Reasons to Still Travel to Puerto Rico During Hurricane Season

The Caribbean islands are battling hurricane season and just experienced Hurricane Irma. Fortunately the island of Puerto Rico despite its size, was practically spared in comparison to the others islands. Undeterred by the tons of debris pickup and extended power outage, Puerto Rico has again proven its ability to come together and stay calm during a time of crisis. With June 1 to December 1 as the official dates hurricane season, should this deter you from coming to Puerto Rico during this timeframe? And, even if a hurricane doesn't ...

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