March 08, 2005

Exploring Puerto Rico is as easy as renting a car and driving along a highway or coastline road and taking in the diverse topography, attractions and activities. There is no better way to complete this experience than by staying in the many of the island's Paradores. From the lush green of El Yunque to the black coral wall off the coast of La Parguera or the clear blue surfing waters of Rincon, these small lodgings offer locations that fulfill the interests of a wide variety of travelers.

"We encourage travelers to choose our Paradores for their next vacation, and truly experience our culture and history in a very personal way. Each Parador has something different to offer in its style and history, yet they all share the same mission of family ownership and pride in personalized service to guests," said Terestella Gonzalez Denton, Executive Director of PRTC.

Puerto Rico's collection of Paradores are scattered throughout the island's mountains and coasts -- either in small towns or tranquil, beautiful locations.

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