The Caribbean is a lush, mysterious land filled with rainforests and nature reserves of tropical beauty. Stop in Puerto Rico and head to El Yunque National Rainforest to trek along tree-lined, misty trails that lead to cascading waterfalls. If you're searching for serenity, swing by the Grand Etang National Park in Grenada, where peaceful greenery surrounds a shimmering lake. If animal adventures are more what you're looking for, visit the rainforest island of Dominica, where you can try to keep pace with quick-footed agoutis (think of a guinea pig, but cuter) or be on the lookout for agile hummingbirds in the protected lands of the nature reserves. For even more rainforest magic, stop in Costa Rica and venture into San Luis Park, where you can zip-line through the forest and capture its wild beauty from above.
If you want to explore on your own, grab a map of the tropical rainforest and discover its wonders at your own pace, but be sure to make stops for swimming in the turquoise waters or taking in the beautiful views of the rainforest national parks near Punta Cana or El Yunque near San Juan.
National reserves and parks are great ways to explore a Caribbean island's wild nature with a guide. If you're looking for an adventure, make sure you take a tour of the area and sign up for different activities, from rappelling to zip-lining at Morne Trois Pitons National Park in Dominica, or Grenada's Grand Etang National Park.
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Travel the Southern Caribbean and wander down the colorful streets of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Or trek the rainforests of Saint Lucia. On the Western side of the Caribbean, dive into the crystal clear waters of Grand Cayman or explore the ruins of Tulum when you make port in Cozumel. Eastern Caribbean cruises will bring you to St. Thomas, where you can take in stunning panoramic views of the island at Government Hill or to St. Maarten, where you can dine on some of the region's best cuisine.