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Why Not Go?

Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory, which makes traveling to the island less of a hassle than traveling to any of the other Caribbean nations because no passport is required for U.S. citizens. However, easy travel is not the only reason to visit Puerto Rico. Strong Hispanic heritage, natural beauty, and numerous attractions are a few reasons why Puerto Rico is a great place to visit. Puerto Rico was chosen by readers ofCaribbean Travel + Lifeas the best overall destination in the Caribbean in… more…

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Accommodations

Puerto Rico has plenty of different styles of accommodations for everyone, from glitzy mega-resorts to cabins in the woods, and just about anything in-between. If variety is what you're looking for, head to Puerto Rico. While you may be looking for variety, others may just be searching for something specific which is just right for them. Travelers with a good idea of what they want already may find that ourBest Hotelspages offer just the information they seek.Star Ratingsrepresent… more…

Hotels

Of the many accommodation options in… more…

Eco Tourism

Camping and eco-tourism are easy to find… more…

Villa Complexes

Rental properties are a convenient option… more…

Transportation

Puerto Rico is known for being an easy-to-reach travel destination. Not only is… more…

Air Travel

Puerto Rico is unique in the Caribbean as one of the islands most visited by air… more…

Ferries

Although generally assumed to be only one large island, there are several smaller… more…

Rental Cars

Visitors to Puerto Rico are often eager… more…

Sailing

Warm weather, calm waters, and beautiful… more…

Taxis

Travelers familiar with transportation… more…

Beaches

Whether you're searching the northwestern coast for surf spots, planning to spend your days admiring underwater life with a pair of fins of… more…

Natural Attractions

The topography of Puerto Rico is extremely diverse - there are both tropical and… more…

Restaurants

Puerto Rico is technically part of the U.S., but this affiliation with traditional… more…

Attractions

Casinos

Landmarks

Attractions

Puerto Rico's natural beauty is just one of many qualities that bring travelers to the island's shores. Plentiful attractions make visiting this island a must for so… more…

Cruises

Many cruise travelers will stop in Puerto Rico to enjoy beautiful beaches and warm weather. While Miami is the cruise ship capital of the world, Puerto Rico's San Juan… more…

Weddings

Picture this: unbelievable beach side vistas, exotic cuisine, optimal weather conditions and a built-in honey moon. These are among the countless reasons that men and… more…

Clothing

Whatever your plans, comfortable clothing is essential. Lightweight cottons and… more…

Currency

As a commonwealth of the United States, Puerto Rico uses the U.S. Dollar. Some of… more…

Crime

Crime in the San Juan metropolitan area is comparable to any large city in the… more…

Culture

While the Spanish held control of Puerto… more…

Electricity

Electrical connections in Puerto Rico… more…

Events & Festivals

Puerto Rican events and festivals are… more…

Food

Puerto Rico's dining is so amazing that some people visit the country to tour its finest dining locations. Try some of the Nuevo Latino, traditionalcríolla, or international cuisines - whatever suits your taste on this island, where top-notch dining is just steps away. Puerto Rico has created… more…

Budgeting

Visitors to Puerto Rico are in for an exotic vacation. Budgeting for a trip through… more…

Tipping

Travelers should remember that tipping traditions differ… more…

History

While Puerto Rico was under Spanish control for more than… more…

Weather

Puerto Rico is made up mostly of mountains with a coastal plain belt in the north. The mountains jut out to the sea on the west coast, but there are sandy beaches along most coastal areas. It is cooler than many other Caribbean islands due to the northeast trade winds, heavy precipitation, and altitude of most of the island. The trade winds also bring in showers from the Atlantic and make the northern coast of Puerto Rico wetter than the south. Sea, land, and mountain breezes are fairly constant,… more…

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