Playas escondidas en puerto rico: 5 playas escondidas para un fin de semana diferente

5 playas escondidas para un fin de semana diferente

Cada vez que se acerca un fin de semana largo la playa nos llama. No te quedes en casa, saca tiempo para salir de la rutina y desenchufarte, disfrutar de las playas únicas que ofrece nuestra isla, con nuevas experiencias para hacer turismo interno.

A continuación, las playas escondidas en Puerto Rico que invitan a salir de la rutina.

¿Quién diría que justo en la zona metropolitana y a solo pasos del Viejo San Juan, existe un rinconcito que nos invita a pasar un tiempo de relax y alejado del bullicio? El acceso a la Playa Bajamar, como algunos le llaman, está justo al cruzar la avenida Muñoz Rivera, detrás del Capitolio. 

Al cruzar la avenida, ubícate en la plaza San Juan Bautista. Camina hasta la derecha y verás unas escaleras. Sigue el camino y de inmediato te transportarás a un pequeño paraíso. 

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Admitimos que esta playa en San Juan no es la mejor para quienes buscan darse el chapuzón, pero si de playas tranquilas en Puerto Rico se trata, no puedes dejar de visitarla.   

Su nombre todavía sigue siendo un debate entre los que la visitan. Unos le llaman Bajamar y otros Playa Capitolio, pero lo cierto es que una vez llegas, hay un letrero que dice “Playa Peña siempre limpia”.

#PlateaTip: Si lo tuyo son los atardeceres, ¡este será tu nuevo spot! Verás el sol justo a los pies del Morro. 

El debate de dónde están las mejores playas de Puerto Rico, en el norte, sur, este u oeste, se complica si conoces esta hermosa playa escondida en Manatí. A la orilla de la playa Las Palmas, encuentras estos pequeños jacuzzis naturales de agua transparente y todo un ambiente de spa. 

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Antes de darte el trip, asegúrate hacer un bultito con agua, sunblock y unos buenos tenis, porque advertimos que el camino es bastante rocoso. Que esto no te desanime porque el viaje vale la pena, ¡tanto que vas a querer volver!

Dentro de una playa escondida, hay otra más secreta aún. Le llaman playa Cabeza Chiquita, y se caracteriza por alejarse totalmente del ajetreo y la zona fiestera de Fajardo. Realmente es una pocita que divide el mar bravo del este y que te ubica de inmediato en uno de los spots más veraniegos de este 100 x 35. 

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Como suele suceder con las playas escondidas en Puerto Rico, su nombre no está tan establecido y también hay quienes la conocen como Playa Ma Grande.

Mira el pin para llegar a la playa Cabeza Chiquita, en Fajardo aquí.

Del este, pasamos al sur. Guánica es el pueblo del eterno verano y seguramente son muchos los escondites que tiene para disfrutar del sol y la arena de una forma más íntima, pero vamos a enfocarnos en Playa Jaboncillo, cuya calma es perfecta para deportes acuáticos como el kayaking y el snorkeling.  

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En su ruta por la PR-333, otras populares playas como playa Caña Gorda y playa La Jungla atraen a los turistas de esta zona, permitiendo que el acceso a Jaboncillo sea solo para ti y uno que otro curioso en busca de un rato tranquilo y solitario. 

Mira el pin para llegar a la playa Jaboncillo, en Guánica aquí.

Si lograste comprar tickets para el ferry de Culebra y quieres evitar las multitudes de turistas, Playa Brava es tu solución. La caminata para llegar a ella es de 30 minutos, pero una vez llegues aquí la privacidad se entrelaza con la naturaleza para que tengas un día de playa relax. Arena blanca, agua cristalina, palmas de sombra, solo el sonido de las olas y un espacio solo para ti. 

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5 Playas Escondidas en Puerto Rico

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La playa es uno de los lugares más divertidos que pueden existir. Tomar sol, jugar en la arena, refrescarse del calor y sentir la rica brisa son sólo algunas de las miles de actividades que puedes hacer en ella. Aquí te recomendamos 5 “spots” escondidos que puedes visitar y descubrir con tu pareja para una aventura inolvidable.

1. La Zanja, Fajardo

En la cima de una de una de las montañas de La Reserva Natural Las Cabezas de San Juan se encuentra la piscina natural La Zanja. Tendrás que hacer una caminata de aproximadamente 1 hora, por toda la orilla de la playa Seven Seas, hasta llegar a los mangles. Luego que los pases llegarás a una playa rocosa. Al subir la montaña, justo al frente del Faro, encontrarás el lugar y todo el cansancio y el sacrificio que hiciste será olvidado. Sólo querrás darte un chapuzón en las aguas cristalinas y poco profundas de esta hermosa creación de la naturaleza. Cuidado con la marea.

2. Survival Beach, Aguadilla

En la Base Ramey de Aguadilla se encuentra un hermoso lugar de arena blanca, agua azul cielo y enormes rocas que convierten el sitio en un verdadero paraíso escondido. Llegar a la playa no es tan sencillo pero tampoco imposible. Te estacionas en Surfers Beach y te diriges hacia el bosque. Un puente de madera da inicio a la caminata de unos 20 minutos. La travesía por la vereda tiene su grado de dificultad por lo que recomendamos un calzado adecuado, ropa ligera y suficiente agua para hidratarse. Las pequeñas pozas de agua natural que te encuentras al comienzo son extraordinarias para pasar el rato y refrescarse.

3. Playa La Chiva o Blue Beach, Vieques

Es una de las playas más impresionantes que existen en Vieques. Su color azul turquesa junto a la arena blanca y suave hará que tengas una experiencia increíble. Mucha precaución porque es un área de anidaje de tortugas marinas. Frente a la playa hay un cayo donde puedes practicar “snorkel” en sus alrededores. La tranquilidad del mar es perfecta para kayakear, hacer “paddle board” o simplemente relajarte sobre una balsa.Está localizada en el Refugio Nacional de Vida Silvestre del municipio y para llegar es preferible tener un vehículo todo terreno.

4. Playa Tamarindo, Culebra

Este puede ser uno de los lugares más divertidos al que puedes ir con tu pareja y convertir la aventura en una experiencia inolvidable. Ubicada cerca de la famosa playa Flamenco, allí tendrás la oportunidad de ver hermosos arrecifes, nadar y sacarte fotos con tortugas. Es excelente para practicar “snorkeling”, “kayak” y nadar. Es importante que cuando veas las tortugas no las toques.

5. El Columpio de Roosevelt Roads, Ceiba

Un divertido columpio colgado de un árbol sobre el agua cristalina, en los predios de la Antigua Base Militar, harán recordar tu niñez. Un restaurante del área llamado El Oasis es el punto de encuentro para comenzar la aventura. No olvides llevar tu cámara para capturar el inolvidable momento sobre el columpio con tu pareja. En la antigua base hay varios “spots” que te encantará descubrir, por lo que puedes aprovechar el viaje.

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Chile Attractions ✈️ Tour Log Book

Chile is a country that occupies half of the western coast of South America. There is entertainment for every taste. Deserts, cities, national parks. Chile has everything that the most sophisticated traveler can like.

City of Iquique

Iquique is located in the far north of the state. Most likely, it will be the first stop in Chile for all tourists who arrive in the country by land from Peru.

Iquique is a coastal town located around Playa Cavancha, a wide sandy beach. This beach is ideal for sunbathing or water sports. Here you can take surf lessons, try sandboarding on the surrounding dunes. Or — just relax and enjoy the cool outdoor atmosphere.

Iquique is a great place for paragliding. Everyone can experience the feeling of flying through the air here. Admire magnificent views of the Chilean coastline before landing right on the beach.

San Pedro de Atacama

San Pedro de Atacama is a small tourist town located in the middle of the Atacama Desert. This is a popular place for travelers. The landscape here is out of this world. And include everything from the desert and volcanoes, to lagoons and salt marshes.

Considering the geographical location of the city, this is one of the best places in the world to observe the starry sky. All you need to do for this is just go outside and look up. And if you want to know more, you can book a stargazing tour. This will allow you to discover the various constellations, planets and galaxies that you can only see. If possible, you can time your visit to Chile to the new moon. The reward will be unparalleled views of the Milky Way.

Valley of the Moon

Another popular activity in San Pedro is visiting Valle de la Luna, Valley of the Moon. Here it is worth admiring the incredible rock formations. You can book a tour there. But, since the valley is only 13 km from the city, it is quite easy and much cheaper to get to it by renting a bike.

Escondidas Laguna

Finally, if you want something special, you can go to Escondidas Lagoon. Here lies a chain of dazzling blue lagoons.

The bright blue water contrasts with the surrounding salt crystals. In addition to admiring the scenery, you can swim. So, it is worth taking your bathing suits with you. And you can swim to your heart’s content in the refreshingly cold water, which in some lagoons is even saltier than in the Dead Sea.

Santiago

Some time ago, a lot of dirt was poured on the capital of Chile on the pages of newspapers — because of the political protests taking place in the country. However, the protests are concentrated in one small area. And, therefore, they are easy to avoid. In fact, there is no reason not to visit Santiago.

Chilean Ceviche

Chile is famous for its ceviche. And one of the best places to try it is the Central Market of the capital. Avoid the common mistake of being addicted to English-speaking vendors who offer free Pisco Sours. Instead, you need to choose a kiosk with a Spanish menu.

Here the locals eat some of the best and freshest ceviches in the area.

If you need a little exercise after eating, you should climb to the top of the San Cristobal hill. From there you have a panoramic view of the city.

Finally, you should get to know the street art in the Barrio Bellavista. And then — stop for a craft beer or a cocktail in one of the many cool bars located along the streets here.

Valparaiso

Just a two-hour bus ride from Santiago lies the colorful coastal town of Valparaiso. The main thing to do here is to explore the narrow streets and lanes. They are home to some of the finest street art in South America. Climbing up the Cerro Concepción spiral staircase, you can admire the colorful works of art of all styles that adorn the walls.

If you want to spend time on the beach, you can take any local bus from the city. And take a 20 minute journey to Viña del Mar. There are several different beaches along the coast, but Renaca beach is considered the best. If you need something to eat on the coast, you should try the seafood empanada.

Pucon

Pucon is a pretty town on the lake. During the summer it is busy with locals sunbathing on the beach. Or eat outdoors in numerous cafes and restaurants.

What makes the city stand out is the mighty volcano of Villarrica. This is one of the most active volcanoes in Chile, which rises in the background, outside the city. Having made an excursion here, after several hours of climbing, you can see the active volcano with your own eyes.

If you want to get out into nature, you should visit the turquoise waterfalls of Ojos del Caburgua. They are easily accessible by bus from the city. After walking under the trees to admire three different waterfalls and clear blue water, you can continue driving. Take a walk along Playa Blanca and relax on the shores of Lake Cabourgua.

National Park and Hot Springs

Huerquehue National Park is a great option for hiking. Multi-day trips are possible here. But you can make a one-day trip to the main attractions. Climbing through the forest, you can not only see most of the fauna, but also stop at a couple of large waterfalls before reaching three different lakes. Each with crystal clear water.

Pucon is surrounded by hot springs. Termas Los Pozones is also located here — a budget hotel that is highly recommended by tourists for accommodation.

Chiloé Island

This is the largest island in Chile. It can be reached by boat or bus from Puerto Varas or Puerto Montt.

Castro is the main town on the island and the best place to live. There are buses to some of the main places like Muel de las Almas with great views of the cliffs. But the best way to get around the island is to rent a car.

The oldest Spanish bulwark

You can start the day with a trip to Ancud to visit Fuerte Ajuy, built in 1779year. It is one of the last Spanish bastions in South America. There is a golden sandy beach next to the fort which is perfect for a break from a car trip.

Worth stopping in Dalcaue for lunch. There is a large craft market here. Also, the place is famous for the best seafood on the island.

Puyuhuapi

Most people have not heard of Puyuhuapi. But this is a pretty town with one big attraction. Puyuhuapi is located next to Keulat National Park and its Hanging Glacier. It can be reached by one of the many minibuses traveling from the city to the National Park. Once in the park, it is worth taking a walk along the well-marked and well-groomed paths leading to various viewing platforms on the glacier. The nearest observation deck to the glacier is Sendero Ventisquero Colgante. Walking around the map takes 2.5-3 hours. Although, with good physical fitness, you can get to it much faster. Also, boat trips are available to see the glacier from another point.

Villa Cerro Castillo

Like Puyuhuapi, many have not heard of Villa Cerro Castillo. But as some call the Cerro Castillo National Park the new Torres del Paine, it won’t remain unknown for long.

The Las Horquetas trail takes several days to hike. It will guide the traveler through the best parts of the national park, including glaciers and mountain spiers.

There are no cabins here, only campsites.

If time is short, you can take a day trip to the most beautiful place — the glacial lagoon at the foot of Cerro Castillo. It’s a tough hike, but the turquoise blue lagoon surrounded by snow-capped mountains is impressive and well worth the steep hike.

Marble Caves of Rio Tranquillo

Rio Tranquillo is located on the shores of Lake General Carrera. Near it are the incredible Marble Caves.

The Marble Caves are relatively unknown to foreign visitors. But they are one of Chile’s best and most unique attractions. And, with some pretty amazing photos being posted on social media, the caves certainly won’t remain unknown for long.

Torres del Paine

Of course, no list of places to visit in Chile would be complete without mentioning the Torres del Paine National Park. These are probably the most famous places in Chile. And the hiking trails here are without a doubt the most famous in Patagonia.

Routes W and O run here, which are multi-day hikes through unreal places — lakes, glaciers and mountains. This is one of the most amazing walking tours available. And a trip to Patagonia would not be complete without visiting here.

One of the most iconic parts of the hikes are Greyshere Grey. It can be seen from several points. Also, the traveler is waiting for epic suspension bridges, the 770-meter-high Mirador Britanico and the famous towers of Las Torres. The latter are three granite peaks of the Payne Massif, which rise above the lagoon.

Easter Island and Rapa Nui National Park

First visited by Europeans in 1722, the magnificent but remote Easter Island was named by Dutch explorers. They first saw him on Easter Sunday. The island has been inhabited by Polynesians for thousands of years. This charming island with its wonderful stone sculptures is over 3,500 kilometers away from mainland Chile. But it remains the country’s most recognizable landmark.

Rapa Nui Sculptures

Easter Island is famous for its stone sculptures. A total of 887 of the island’s widely known statues, or Moai, were created by the early Rapa Nui people. Most of them are currently under the protection of the national park. The island itself has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The most impressive collection is at Ahu Tongariki, where 15 of the statues have been restored. They stand on the island’s largest platform, Moai, or «ahu».

Rapa Nu is also home to one of the best beaches in the country, Anakena. This is a beautiful but small stretch of white coral sand which is the perfect place to take a break from hiking.

Reservation Tour «Cayo Largo by plane». departure from VARADERO. Cubatur

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BASIC INFO
  • categories: Full day excursions
  • Options: Airplane excursions
  • Duration: 11 hrs
  • Check-out time: 05:30 hrs Fiesta Americana Punta Varadero — Starfish Varadero / 05:45 hrs Blau Varadero — Sol Palmeras / 06:00 hrs Meliá Varadero — Sol Sirenas Coral / 06:10 hrs Be Live Varadero — Los Delfines / 06:20 hrs Mar del Sur — Oasis.
  • Guide: yes
  • Children are always welcome: yes
  • Spoken:
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Cayo Largo Air Tour

Cayo Largo is located in the South Central region of the Cuban archipelago, one of the last virgin spots on the planet. Here nature has been extravagant in its gifts: beaches and other beaches 27 miles (27 km) long. But, as if surrounded by fine white sands, it was not enough. Cayo Largo received a gift from the eternal caress of pure and gentle water of incredible shades of blue. When you finally arrive in Cayo Largo, you will be surprised to find a natural environment that has hardly changed at all since the beginning of the world. The landscape below is incredible around a coral reef that links a chain of islets around Cayo Largo like an undersea bridge. On this island you will find all your favorite water sports. Diving enthusiasts will be amazed by the explosion of colors in this underwater world.

  • Check-in at the hotel.
  • Round trip air ticket.
  • Sea boat with drinks on board.
  • Visit to iguana island with free time for a walk (30 minutes). Touching iguanas is prohibited.
  • Swimming time in the natural pool (30 minutes).
  • Snorkeling on the Barrier Reef.
  • Lunch and free time at Playa Sirena.
  • Return to Varadero.

TIPS: • Recommended: light clothing, swimwear, sunglasses, hats or caps, tennis, sandals or comfortable shoes, sun protection and a camera.

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