Best of Loiza Puerto Rico | Beaches, Bee Sanctuary, Local Street Food, Bomba Dancing and African Roots History

The Best of Loiza, Puerto Rico including my favorite beaches, one of the largest Bee Sanctuaries in the Caribbean, Bomba Dancing and history of the African Roots of Puerto Rico.

Playa Piñones, Piñones Kioskos, and the Parque Historico of Cueva Maria de la Cruz in Loiza, Puerto Rico

Playa Piñones

One of my favorite beaches along the north coast (30 minutes East of San Juan, an hour from Humacao), is Playa Piñones located on PR-187 in Loiza. This golden sand beach feels like brown sugar under your toes.

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Best Rainy Day Activities in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Best Rainy Day Activities in San Juan, Puerto Rico – Old San Juan and metro San Juan area including Condado and Catano for adults and children.

Rain is a common occurrence on tropical islands, and usually blue skies return in a matter of minutes. But what do you do when your plans are dampened by the pouring rain?

Best Rainy Day Activities in San Juan, Puerto Rico - Old San Juan and metro San Juan area including Condado and Catano for adults and children.

Here are my favorite rainy day activities in the metro San Juan area of Puerto Rico. These indoor and covered activities are the perfect alternative when your San Juan Plans are rained out.

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Stand Up Paddleboard on Condado Lagoon | Adventure in San Juan Puerto Rico

Until quite recently, my Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) experience was limited to the tame gym pool.  Now that I live on a tropical island, I am hooked on SUP!  During the Women Who Live on Rocks writer’s retreat, we were invited to a fabulous morning adventure of SUP and kayaking on Condado Lagoon in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

SUP Condado Lagoon Puerto Rico
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