Puerto Rico has become a 5 star vacation destination with an assortment of world class attractions and there is no need for a passport of foreign money. You can just hop on a plane and go.

Puerto Rico’s list of attractions is truly amazing, including El Yunque Rainforest the only rainforest part of the US  National Park Service full of waterfalls, scenic walks, and even a zip line. Here you can literally climb into the clouds. I can’t imagine how cool this would be, especially with my kids.

Seascape of Flamenco Beach, island-municipalit...

Seascape of Flamenco Beach, island-municipality of Culebra (Puerto Rico)

Don’t feel like going to the rain forest, then go to the beach!

Puerto Rice also has 270 miles of beaches. One of their beaches, Flamenco Beach, is considered one of the best beaches in the world. We are a family of beach bums, so this sounds like heaven.
Puerto Rico is home to multiple Bioluminescent Bays and just going to see these alone would be creating a 5 star vacation experience. These bays glow at night due to a micro-organism that glows whenever the water is disturbed, leaving a trail of neon blue. You can go kayaking in the moonlight and enjoy the glowing waters.

English: A view from inside the Camuy River Ca...

English: A view from inside the Camuy River Cavern to the outside. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Need more adventure? Check out the caverns.

The Camuy Caverns are here too. The caverns are part of a large network of natural limestone caves and underground waterways carved out by the third-largest underground river in the world, the Río Camuy. There are over 10 miles of caverns with 220 caves and 17 entrances
Have you been Puerto Rico? What was your favorite thing? Leave a comment below!