If you love watching nature documentaries and have always been fascinated by rainforests, then you should consider taking a trip and seeing one in person. Many people are familiar with the huge Amazonian rainforest. However, there are other options that you might consider. Here's are a few to consider. Puerto Rico Puerto Rico is home to El Yunque National Forest, which is a gorgeous rainforest (the only tropical one in the US National Forest system, there are rainforests in Alaska and Washington, but neither are Tropical).
- Cycling in the Pacific Northwest is a great thing to do all year. The majority of the region, except those at higher elevations, are mostly snow free, save for an odd snowstorm that quickly turns to mush. However, that doesn't mean you won't have to plan for weather, especially if you plan to ride in the coastal areas west of the mountains. These areas, depending on the time of the year, can get quite rainy.
- When you think of the south of France, you may have images in your mind of the rich and famous sunbathing on beaches or the world-class casinos. This area is also known for the annual Cannes Film Festival; however, there are many things to do and see in this part of France that you may not know about. The three places below are only a sampling of sites to see.