Wakanda Forever takes us to several countries, as well as the depths of the ocean. But did you know several pivotal scenes were shot in Puerto Rico?

The highly-anticipated sequel is another jewel in Marvel’s crown, and it continues to make waves. USA Today reported that the film “has extended its box-office reign in its second week of release with $67 million in ticket sales over the weekend.”

Yahoo! Entertainment added, Wakanda Forever is on the verge of crossing $550 million worldwide after two weekends in theaters, adding $67.3 million domestically and $69.8 million internationally to bring its global total to $546.3 million.”

Tropic Life PR listed the Puerto Rican locations on TikTok, and we’ll share them without spoilers.

Playa Las Palmas


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Tropic Life PR posted a picture of Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) on this beach.

Queen Ramonda (Angela Bassett) and Namor (Tenoch Huerta) meet there as well.

The beach is in Manatí, towards the north of the island. 

According to Sceenit, “Las Palmas Beach is  located right next to the more popular Poza de las Mujeres. A long stretch of sand with open waters, this beach is an ideal photo spot, but swimming is not recommended as the waters are known for its rough tides.”

Hacienda Campo Rico

We learn more of Namor’s origins during the flashback at this historical residence. The actor who plays him as a child is Manuel Chavez.

According to Discover Puerto Rico, “this classic Caribbean Style Hacienda is located on the grounds of a former sugar cane plantation in Carolina, just a short 15-minute drive from San Juan’s main airport (SJU).”

Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña


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Queen Ramonda goes to Haiti, where Nakia has taken up residence.

Together, they walk through the plant-filled halls of what is really the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture, a respected educational center.

According to Google Arts and Culture, the center “was created in 1955 with the mission of researching, preserving, promoting and disseminating Puerto Rican culture in its diversity and complexity.”

Casa Elvira


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Shuri has a scene at this oceanfront house, but we won’t mention what happens.

Located in Arecibo, it is available for vacation rentals on Airbnb.

As described by the host, “at this tropical paradise, up to 8 guests can enjoy one of the most marvelous vacation experiences of their lives.”

It’s safe to say many people will probably want to stay here now!