• Visit museums in the capital San Juan - Casa de los Contrafuertes hosts African Heritage Museum, Casa del Callejon is a traditional house which houses the Museum of Spanish Colonial architecture and Puerto Rican Family Museum and the Museum of Art and
History is located in a building in Century XIX. Visit La Fortaleza, completed in 1540, the oldest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere. San Jose Church is the second oldest church in the Western Hemisphere and is the spot where Ponce de Leon was buried in
the early twentieth century.
• Explore the old town of San Juan - Plaza de San Jose is a beautiful area with pleasant cafes and small museums. Spanish fortresses El Morro and San Cristobal are perched on the rocks, and seventeenth-century city walls follow the contour of the peninsula.
• Visit the city of Ponce located on the south side of the island, linked to the capital through a highway toll. Visit the Museum of Art contains over 1,000 paintings and 400 sculptures. The town is near many beautiful beaches.
• Explore Indian Ceremonies Tibes Center, an old Indian cemetery near Ponce. Here he built a copy of a Taino Indian village. Visit Caguana Indian ceremonies and Park, built by Taino Indians 800 years ago, south of Arecibo Observatory.
• Admire the Arecibo Observatory - one of the largest in the world. Located in the territory of Puerto Rico unusual karst, "plate" of 8ha observer can be seen from a small plane flight between San Juan and Mayaguez.
• Go to the phosphorescent bay near La Parguera. Light microscopic animals when disturbed by boats or any movement. The phenomenon is very rare and can be seen best nights without the moon.
• Dive around Mona Island, off Boqueron on the southwest coast. Because the area is protected, independent divers need authorization from the government. Other areas are good for diving Desecheo and Isabela islands.
• Make walking and watching wild animals and rare birds in El Yunque rainforest, forest and wildlife reserve Guanica Cabezas de San Juan.