- On the eve of Three Kings Day make sure to cut some grass for the king’s camels
- Visit La Lomita de los Vientos La Lomita is actually a hill right across the Capitol building overlooking the ocean. It has been set up as a replica of Bethlehem, where you will see a live re-creation that leads up to the night Jesus was born, and the visit of the Magi. Our son received a traditional box to use for the camel’s grass and a booklet of Puerto Rican Christmas carols.
- Visit La Casa Museo de Reyes in Juana Diaz.
- Santa pictures? Forget that! Have pictures taken with Los Reyes. We found them at Plaza Las Americas (a mall).
- Visit La Fortaleza where the governor and his family will have a traditional Fiesta de Reyes. It’s an all-day event with a tour around el Palacio Santa Catalina, a Christmas concert, and toys handed out to the children.
- Participate in a Día de Reyes festival and parade. The one is Juana Diaz is actually the most popular one with a caravan that drives past various towns, and cities.
Most importantly, enjoy this day with family and loved ones and always remember the true spirit of Christmas.
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