Green Waters                


Bioluminescent Bay, Vieques-Puerto Rico
This stunning bay contains up to 720,000 single-celled bioluminescent dinoflagellates per gallon of water. These half-plant, half-animal organisms emit a flash of bluish light when agitated at night, creating enough light to read a book!

Dunn's River Falls-Jamaica
 Located near Ocho Rios, the river falls are terraced like giant natural stairs, and has several small lagoons are interspersed among the vertical sections of the wall.

The 27 Waterfalls of Damajagua-Dominican Republic
The 27 Waterfalls of Damajagua, located 30 minutes from Puerto Plata in the Northern Corridor mountain range, is one of Dominican Republic’s best-kept secrets. Your adrenaline will undoubtedly kick-in as you hike to and from each waterfall – jumping from the tops, and swimming and sliding your way back to the base camp.

Caves of Tanamá River, between Utuado and Arecibo, Puerto Rico

Sea Cliffs, Varadero-Cuba

Located in the province of Matanzas, Cuba, this beautiful region was first used as a dry dock in which the salt mines of the peninsula supplied most of the Spanish Latin America Fleet since 1587. However, the foundation date of Varadero as city was only on December 5, 1887, when ten families from the city of Cárdenas obtained a permission to build their vacation homes between today's 42nd and 48th Street.

Jacinto’s Well in Jobos Beach, Isabela -Puerto Rico

It is said that a farmer named Jacinto was dedicated to graze cows. He had a favorite cow which he kept next to him while watching the rest of his herd. One day the terrified cow got too close to the edge of a pit and fell into it, dragging Jacinto with it. It is said that when you scream: Jacinto give me the cow! Right at the mouth of the well, the sea raises its waves with rage. 

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