Mar 24, 2019 - Mar 25, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
This is such a beautiful little island where you can either bring your own food or order it and it is brought via boat
Guanica is a small town on the southern coast of Puerto Rico. It's definitely worth a stop on a PR tour, or for great diving. There isn't much to the town, just some places to eat and a lot of beach. Great for relaxing and swimming and water sports.
This the town where the American invasion to the island started in 1898. This invasion led to Puerto Rico being acquired by the United States. Guánica is about 100 miles (160 km) from San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, and about 20 miles (30 km) west of Ponce, the second largest city of the island. Guánica is characterized by its many great beaches and the Dry Forest. The Dry Forest is called Bosque Estatal de Guánica. It is the largest remaining tract of tropical dry coastal forest in the world. This natural wonder was designated an international Biosphere Reserve.