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Driving on Rincón's Highway 413, otherwise know as the "Road to Happiness.
Photograph by Joshua Cogan
On the beach near the coastal town of Arecibo.
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The Hotel Melia, a 73-room inn in the heart of Ponce's historic zone.
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Hiking in El Yunque National Forest, a 28,000-acre tropical rain forest that's home to more than 200 species of trees.
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Located in Mayagüez, Ricomini Bakery is famous for brazo gitano—sponge cake rolled with fruit and cheese then dusted with powdered sugar.
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A surf instructor named Cobby, just before paddling out into the waves at Maria's Beach, Rincón.
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En route to the peak of El Yunque—it's one of the highest points in the Luquillo Mountains.
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Visitors to Río Camuy Cave park descend into the caves on a long orange tram before heading inside for a guided tour.
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On weekends locals gather at La Posa, a crescent-shaped beach packed with food vendors and families.
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The laid-back surf town of Rincón is filled with interesting people—many of whom are surfers and expats. This fellow (who's orginally from South Africa) has fully embraced the vibe.
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Just outside Río Camuy Cave park, home to one of the world's largest cave systems.
Photograph by Joshua Cogan

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