Puerto Rico Vacations: Caribbean, American, Unique
Puerto Rico offers a distinctive blend of Spanish, European, native, and American culture. Trade wind breezes temper the Caribbean sun, and natural marvels abound. Whether you’re strolling San Juan’s old world-style streets, discovering its 500-year-old San Felipe del Morro citadel, or partying the night away at San Juan’s clubs and casinos, there’s a little something for everyone. Puerto Rico offers world-class beaches, fishing, surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and more—so whatever you’re looking for, your Liberty Travel consultant can create a vacation that fits your style.
Puerto Rico at a Glance
Currency: U.S. Dollar, ($)
Tipping Customs: It is customary to tip 15-20%
Language: Spanish and English
Popular Drink: Medalla Beer and Frappés
Must Eat: Mofongo
Power Up: A or B (two or three-prong) 120 V
Weather: Temperatures average in the mid-80s, but weather can be cooler in the mountains. June 1 – November 30 is hurricane season.
Best Time to Visit: The busiest time to visit is in the winter; mid-April to the end of May are less crowded and offer beautiful weather.
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Experience San Juan’s History and Nightlife
Bask on the beautiful Condado Beach or enjoy the resorts of Isla Verde during the day, and in the evening, venture into Old San Juan where the colorful 16th century Spanish architecture and charming cobblestoned streets come alive to the sounds of reggaeton, bolero, and merengue. The city is home to the Bacardi distillery, which offers tours, and it has the oldest Spanish fort in the Americas—Fort San Cristóbal.
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Top Things to Do in Puerto Rico
Paddle the Brightest Bioluminescent Bay in the World
The brightest bioluminescent bay in Puerto Rico (and the world) is Mosquito Bay on the island of Vieques, (or explore the two mainland bays in Fajardo and La Parguera).
Take the Ferry to Culebra Island
On Culebra, you can visit the remote white-sand Flamenco Beach, celebrated as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Stroll Old San Juan
Wander the narrow, European-style streets of Old San Juan, admire the colorful architecture, and visit the 16th century citadel of San Felipe del Morro.
Dry Forest, Rainforest
Puerto Rico is a land of diverse ecosystems: visit El Yunque rainforest and then travel to the island’s south coast and hike the Guánica Dry Forest, with its cacti and bird-watching opportunities.
In the winter, the surf’s up in Rincón with Tres Palmas being famous for its big waves.
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