Eco nightlife

Carrying out ziplining activities in Puerto Rico has become a favorite of visitors and locals. They generate enormous adrenaline and one enjoys spectacular scenery, such as Toro Verde Park.

A 45 minute walk through a hilly area took us to a cave about 100 feet deep to observe an impressive natural spectacle: a bat parade.

Can you imagine experiencing a unique adventure and still being in full contact with nature?

Much has been said about the wonders of bioluminescence, including that three of the seven most astonishing sites in the world are found in Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico offers one of the most spectacular night eco-life activities in the Caribbean.

Did you know that the Leatherback sea turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) is the largest marine turtle in the world? It can measure between 6-7 feet and weigh up to 2,000 pounds, being the only sea turtle that has a rubbery carapace.

Imagine being able to go at night in search of bats ... Few would do this because when we think of these enigmatic mammals we quickly think in negative things, that they are ugly, get tangled in the hair or suck blood and become vampires.

Recently, the Natural Reserve Cabezas de San Juan, located in the town of Fajardo and managed by the Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico, held an open house night activity entitled “Puerto Rico shines naturally.”

If you visit the Yunque during the day it is impressive, visiting it during the night is definitely another story. It’s like going into the role of a movie character before an expected adventure.

Dr. Juan A. Rivero Zoo in Mayagüez has been, for years, one of the favorite places for school trips, summer camps, and family visits. But, can you imagine exploring the zoo at night, with the thrill of using lanterns and watching the animals in a totally different ambiance?

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