Fuerte San Felipe de El Morro – Discover an array of historical sights and opportunities for natural adventures and quickly conclude that giving up the beaches chaise (at least part of the time) may be a wise move.
Driving around the island gives visitors a taste of Puerto Rico’s exotic beauty, while a visit to Old San Juan reveals how thoroughly the island is steeped in history. A walk through Old San Juan should include a visit to Fuerte San Felipe del Morro, a sixteenth-century citadel which lies on the islet of San Juan. http://www.map-puerto-rico.com/el-morro.html
“You are not dreaming, you are in Puerto Rico” Whether you’re dreaming about spectacular surfing waves, a challenging golf course, or the perfect sunbathing beach, Puerto Rico offers the active traveler a tremendous array of opportunities. Surfing and golf compete with tennis, fishing, kayaking, SCUBA diving, and horseback riding, not to mention windsurfing and parasailing, for your active time. Our perpetual summer weather begs you to enjoy the sport of your choice! Puerto Rico beckons active travelers interested in spicing up their vacations! From hiking in a forest, to dining on the infusion of classic and delectable Caribbean cuisine, to romantic walks on a moonlit beach, virtually any type of vacation interest can be accommodated in the land of your dreams, Puerto Rico. If you fell in love with this video, please forward to your friends. Text and video provided by the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. www.gotopuertorico.com www.gotopuertorico.com “Some call it Paradise, we call it Home.”
This is the video of Puerto Rico, released in 1987. I had to cut it from a VHS so that’s why the quality isn’t that good Video Rating: 4 / 5