You can find all kind of information about El Morro, the best-preserved Spanish forts in the whole Latin America, but one thing that I did here when I was a young boy was in front of El Morro the breezes off the sea rise over the large grassy area making the perfect kite flying green. There are often many family groups with kites on the green. Many of the kites are real works of art. I have seen flying dragons, actual paper biplanes, birds, and a flying sailboat and many others.
The National Park Service holds a kite flying festival here which includes a kite flying competition, educational exhibit, and a kite making class. All activities are free of charge. And of course I picked this picture because that’s my amazing son Jivani having fun skate boarding!