El Yunque National Forest

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Nighttime Serenade in El Yunque
The island comes alive at night with the sound of thousands of tiny cocqui frogs. There is no better way to hear this than by spending a night in El Yunque National Forest, where the sound of the frogs' song is deafening at 4am. Camping permits are required (and can be obtained day-of at the park’s Visitor Center) but not in demand: The locals leave before dark for fear of La Chupacabra! We were the only campers in the park the night we stayed.
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