What to see in Fajardo
Although Fajardo is not a major tourist destination, the city's forest-fringed public beaches, Seven Seas Beach and Luquillo Beach, offer calm, clear waters ideal for snorkelling and swimming. It's perfect for those among visitors who are in search for some quiet holiday relaxation.
Known as the scuba diving hub of Puerto Rico, Fajardo is the ideal holiday spot for those who enjoy their water sports. Fajardo's main attraction is its proximity to Vieques and its Bioluminescent Bay, drawing thousands of visitors to experience its magical glow. While there may be limited other attractions, Fajardo promises a quiet and less commercial holiday for those who choose to visit its shores.
The small city is equipped with cafes and lovely spots to grab a meal. Those wanting a break from the ocean blue can visit El Yunque, the only tropical rain forest administered by the United States National Forest Service, noted for its biodiversity and stunning walking trails.
The water in Mosquito Bay sparkles like stars when disturbed due to the hundreds of thousands of bioluminescent dinoflagellates resident there. Of the bioluminescent bays all over the world,…
Dubbed 'the enchanted isles', Vieques and her smaller sister Culebra are located off Puerto Rico's east coast, accessible from San Juan by air and from Fajardo by ferry. Both support a few…
Located on three promontories on the extreme northeast corner of the island, Las Cabezas reserve is one of the most beautiful and bio-diverse natural areas in Puerto Rico. The reserve is close to Fajardo,…
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