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Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a unique blend of Spanish, Indian, and African influences. This island has it all; gorgeous beaches, delicious food, ancient historical remains, and breathtaking natural attractions. After the 2017 Hurricanes of Irma & Maria, Puerto Rico needs tourism more than ever. ¡Viva Puerto Rico!


  • Spend time in Old San Juan to experience cobblestone streets, rich history, ancient forts, superb food, and a festive atmosphere. Make sure to try the traditional dish of Mofongo.

  • Visit Bahía Bioluminiscente Bay, or Mosquito Bay, for a dreamlike experience. Exotic organisms called Dinoflagellates (dinos) create a bright blue light when they encounter another. Paddling through this natural wonder at night is a magnificent and magical experience like no other.

  • Take a day trip to hike through El Yunque Tropical Rainforest. Although it’s one of the smaller rainforests, it’s one of the most biologically diverse, and home to hundreds of animal and plant species. Ascend to the top of the mountains to experience windy walkways through the surrounding treetops, and to see the renowned cloud forest.

  • Explore the caves of Parque Nacional de las Cavernas del Río Camuy, one of the world’s largest cave networks of incredible caverns with ceilings reaching over 10 stories high.

  • Relax and rejuvenate at Flamenco Beach Culebra, with sundrenched, white sandy beaches stretching along the entire bay. Flamenco is a great place to snorkel, sunbathe, swim, or camp. Take a ferry from here to the island of Culebra for more stunning beaches.

Good to know

  • The best time to travel to Puerto Rico is from mid-April to June; which is after the busy winter season and before the wet summer

  • It is best to visit the Bahía Bioluminiscente Bay during a “New Moon” phase

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