Why You Should Unplug in Vieques – Puerto Rico’s Hidden Gem

Mrs. Enchumbao

I’m a salsa-dancing, globe-trotting, people-watching ball of energy. I challenge the status quo and empower others to do the same.

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6 Responses

  1. Mrs. Goodlife says:

    Great Post! My brother has been to Vieques and has told us to put it on our list, specially the Bio Bay Tour. The Old Ceiba Tree looks fantastic and how cute are the foals? Too cute!

    • MrsEnchumbao says:

      I wholeheartedly agree with putting Vieques on your list, Mrs. Goodlife! The Bio Bay experience is otherworldly. Thanks for reading. Cheers!

  2. Wellroundedinvestor says:

    This is a great review, I wished I read this before we went, but it looks like we went at the same time 🙂
    We went back in February to Puerto Rico . We did the bio bay kayak, vieques island snorkeling and biking, snorkling on charter boat, also the tropical forest. 🙂 so much fun!

    • MrsEnchumbao says:

      Thanks for reading and sharing your experiences, Wellroundedinvestor! Sounds like you had an amazing trip and did many outdoorsy activities! The Bio Bay Tour, especially, is breathtaking, and I hope you got to see it with the smallest moon possible. We can’t wait to go back. I am always keeping an eye on price drops to San Juan, and ready to pack a bag in an instant. At a minimum, I know we’ll spend a good amount of time there once we reach FI and won’t have to worry about counting vacation days. Cheers!

      • Wellroundedinvestor says:

        Like you, mr had a great time there! he couldn’t wait to go back (to do the same things all over again), but me?! I would rather do Costa Rica, Cozumel or somewhere we haven’t been. 🙂

        • MrsEnchumbao says:

          You make a good point, Wellroundedinvestor. Visiting new places is a treasure in and of itself. Having been to both Costa Rica and Cozumel, I must say that Vieques still comes out on top for me. I plan to write about Costa Rica this fall, so keep an eye out or subscribe to receive post notifications to be in the know. Cheers to exploring – the world is our oyster!

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