Parks, Gardens, Flora & Fauna
The parks and gardens of Puerto Rico—and the lush El Yunque National Forest—offer many serenades for the senses. This island has it all, from exotic birds and reptiles, to jungle explorations and cave dwelling animals. Too adventurous for you? Not to worry, there are plenty of architectural beauties in the parks and town centers dotted all over the island. Enjoy a good book and a coffee, taking in the sounds of the daily life in Puerto Rico.

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Singing Frog Symphony

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Do you hear those little critters making all that noise on your first night in Puerto Rico? Hard to believe it all comes from this tiny little frog.

Many folks mistake it for birds, but it's in fact this little brown tree frog that lights up the night with a beautiful, melodic chirping that is now responsible for lulling me to sleep.

In fact, when I leave the island for a period of time, I find it difficult to fall asleep without this frog's music.

It's difficult to find them at night, but during the day you can find them hiding under leaves, in the crevices of plants or items hanging up outside, like hammocks.

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by Chelsea Harms
AFAR Local Expert
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