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A beautiful place full of flora and fauna. set to spend as a family. You can rent a boat to be in the lake, walk and learn about the flora of Puerto Rico, but above all it has excellent facilities of bathrooms and restaurants within...More
Very nice place! Close to nature. There is an nursery area to buy plants. They offer many activities "festivals" throughout the year. You can buy works from artisans, food, farm animals and products or just hang out.
Been here various times. Not only for their botanical gardens but for the family events hosted. There are artisan work shops , restaurants with local flare and a tree/plant nursery. This place is exceptional during holiday season, right after Christmas.
El Jardín Botánico es precioso, muy en especial en temporada Navideña, cuando es decorado con estampas. Es una experiencia para toda la familia.
The Botanical Garden is beautiful, especially in the Christmas season, when it is decorated with prints. It is an experience for the...More
An excellent place if you want to have contact with nature. Beautiful gardens, a suspension bridge and a restaurant that prepares criollo food on a long outdoor wood fire grill. Place to relax and take spectacular photos. You must go in comfortable clothes and shoes,...More
One of the things I most like about PR is it's lush vegetation and Caguas' Botanical Garden has an assorted sampling of it all - yellow and red flamboyan trees, orchids, etc. There are other fun things to see along the way such as the...More
This was a beautiful little stop for a few hours. The garden is not full of flowers but is still gorgeous. We ate at the outdoor kitchen which is past a lovely path of bamboo and a hanging bridge. We got one of a bunch...More
Decided to stop here before going to Pork Highway in Guavate. Its got a cute little walk through museum that displays some of the Taino culture. Saw a couple of iguanas just walking about. Admission is $5. Not alot to see once you past the...More
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Hello! I am gland that you are thinking of PR as your destination. In term of Botanical Gardens I think each country has its style for their Botanical Gardens, PR is not the exception. That I know there are two main... More
Hello! I am gland that you are thinking of PR as your destination. In term of Botanical Gardens I think each country has its style for their Botanical Gardens, PR is not the exception. That I know there are two main considered Botanical Gardens. One in San Juan and one in Caguas. They are both amazingly well kept, they are both gorgeous. It will be warm all around the year. Keep in mind that being in the tropic it might rain while you are there so be prepare and at the same time enjoy it because still will probably be beatiful. In both are different beautiful structures and If you like them you should visit both if you have the time. They are design for to be walk, to sit and admire the gardens. Have a camera with you. The one in San Juan is the Jardín Botánico de Rio Piedras and the one in Caguas is Jardín Botánico y Cultural de Caguas-this one has history of a Sugar cane Central. On Coral reef restoration I know that in the "Laguna del Condado" or Condado Lagoon they are restoring the corals. This is in San Juan.