Puerto Rico Island Attractions
by William (Bill) C. McElroy (Author)- Kindle Edition
The manual provides the reader with categories such as museums, caves,
waterfalls, forts, ruins, lighthouses, beaches, rivers, fishing, hiking,
boating, etc., and includes the name, address, and GPS for each item within the
categories. It also provides the reader with a simple description of the
attraction or tour along with the cautions, and the amount of time to estimate
at each location; information that is valuable for planning your daily
activities as well as your entire vacation.
The material in the manual is from various National Park Service, local businesses, mapping programs like Google Maps tm, and Internet searches and took the author over three months of near full time research to compile and document. It is current as of January - March 2019 and if needed will be updated in the future.
Be aware that Puerto Rico did get hit hard by the 2017 hurricane and many of the attractions like hiking trails, beaches, parks, etc. are still being rebuilt; the author has where known indicated this fact by comments in 'Yellow'. Where an attraction has become unsafe or is permanently closed, the comments are in 'Red'.
Puerto Rico is part of the US, and you as a US citizen can travel there without a passport, and thus it is a great place to visit, learn about its culture, history, and people, and if desired partake in its pristine Caribbean Sea waters. Enjoy.
Ordering this e-book will provide you the name, address, GPS coordinate, and estimated time to allocate in each location. It shows you a photo of the attraction and provides you with pertinent data for making a decision to put the location on your 'to-visit list'. Each title (place name) can be further researched by entering it into a Google tm search box; and this is recommended as open and closing dates and times can vary greatly for many establishments.
You can go to several auto clubs to have them outline a 'vacation' for you, but you should know that they frequently OMIT interesting sights, or only provide information on sites that have paid to be displayed, or sites where they get a 'finder's fee'. They also do not provide tips and warnings about the roads and other hazards. This author does not do any of that; his only compensation is from the Amazon.com commission schedule. He provides tips and warns of hazards that he as personally encountered in his visits to the locations.
Click on the book cover to go to Amazon.com and select this kindle e-book.