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Guánica is the gateway to the Guánica Dry Forest, which is the world’s largest remaining stretch of tropical dry coastal forest, an International Biosphere Reserve, and a refreshing contrast to the rain forest that covers the northeast part of Puerto Rico. The forest is home to a diverse array of cacti, birds, and other wildlife, including many species that don’t exist anywhere else. While you’re here, explore the nearby Parguera Phosphorescent Bay, the many tranquil beaches, and the mangrove forests of Punta Ballena Reserve. Fun fact: This is likely where Columbus landed during his second voyage to the Caribbean in 1493.
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