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I'm feeling pretty much set on heading to Puerto Rico for our 15th wedding anniversary, which will be happening in just 3 years (better to plan ahead, friends…we didn't pay too much attention to our 10 year anniversary, and by the time we realized it was coming up, we had a baby on the way with a due date just days before our anniversary!).
I know from experience that my very favorite vacations involve sandy beaches, warm water, and gentle waves. I'm always drawn to those lists of the best beaches in the world, and have it on my bucket list to visit most of them. Unfortunately, so many of them are on the other side of the world.
But did you know that one is oh-so-very close to home (relatively speaking)? Friends, you'll find it in Puerto Rico! It's called Flamenco Beach, and it is where we will be stationed during our trip there, for sure.
Puerto Rico has over 270 miles of beaches, so it has LOTS of space for rest and relaxation among the waves. And when you are ready to have some adventure time, just head over to El Yunque, the incredible rain forest you'll find on the island!
You can Live your own 5-star vacation story in Puerto Rico.. From historical tours of old San Juan to horseback riding in Camuy Caverns (the third largest subterranean river in the world) there's a little something for everyone, and enough to keep you occupied for quite a long time. Even if you plan to be super busy with all that lounging at the beach, with some of that famous rum in hand, of cours
If you are dreaming of a beach vacation but think exotic locations aren't possible, Puerto Rico will surprise you. It is so easy to ge there (no need for a passport or for different currency) and yet, it can help you feel a world away. Be sure to Like SeePuertoRico.com on Facebook and Follow @PRTourismCo on Twitter to keep up with all the great things to see and do in Puerto Rico!
And tell me, have you ever been? What would you say is a "must do" while there? What would you want to do first if you have never been? Check out SeePuertoRico.com for some ideas!