Puerto Rico Travel Tips
Puerto Rico is where four centuries of Spanish Caribbean culture comes face to face with the American convenience store. This leads to some strange juxtapositions - parking lots and plazas, freeways and fountains, skyscrapers and shanties - but it's all apiece with the Caribbean's hybrid history. US and Canadian citizens do not require visas or passports but must have valid ID.
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Nov.23, 2011. I would highly recommend Carlos Medina's private tour. Carlos is very professional, knowledgeable and engaging. His vehicle is comfortable and kept in great condition. Our group had a ...
Pop culture meets tradition in this uniquely diverse city where funky restaurants and glamorous casinos nestle comfortably next to 15th-century Spanish forts and people mingle freely at all hours of ...
Written by Hudson, USA, March 2013
Ahh, Puerto Rico! How the wind seems to blow in off the coast of this warm beautiful island just off the coast of the U.S.! Where white sand beaches, great surf, and lounge chairs and pina coladas ...
Written by Hudson, USA, December 2012
Though a traditional Christmas may seem like snow-capped pine trees, icicles dangling precariously from rooftops, ice-skating on the frozen pond, and whipped hot-chocolate in every caroler’s hand, ...
Situated within the boundaries of El Yunque National Forest Reserve, El Yunque Rainforest is one of Puerto Rico ’s
top natural wonders and a favorite destination for hiking, camping and ...
Written by Laura, USA, February 2013
One of Puerto Rico’s top natural wonders, bioluminescent bays, or “bio bays,” are bodies of water that contain millions of micro-organisms that emit a fluorescent glow. Bioluminescence occurs when ...
Written by Laura, USA, September 2012
Nature lovers will enjoy a visit to Puerto Rico ,
one of the most visited islands in the Caribbean and home to numerous
natural wonders including reef systems, canyons, caves, lagoons, salt ...
Written by Laura, USA, October 2012
Puerto Rico is a top Caribbean resort destination and a popular ecotourism destination. The island is home to a wealth of natural wonders including mountains, canyons, caves, waterfalls, lagoons, ...
Vieques is an island-municipality of Puerto Rico that’s located eight miles (13 km) off the eastern coast of mainland Puerto Rico in the Spanish Virgin Islands. Interestingly, Vieques was used as a ...
Written by Hudson, USA, January 2013
Few things speak to the soul like sunsets, barren white sand beaches,
the rippling tide, and the indescribable charm of old towns dripping
with age and culture. Thus, many say that there is little ...
Written by czubaja, July 2012
the trip was fantastic! the crew was awesome and did everything to accomodate us. the waters were clear,fish abundant. lunch was great, drinks plentiful. i would recommend this trip to anyone! the ...
Written by Dalila, December 2011
Carlos did an outstanding job during our tour Nov.23, 2011. He was prompt, knowledgeable, and entertaining. His vehicle is immaculate and very comfortable. We could not have been more pleased. We ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, August 2011
Visiting San Juan, Puerto Rico? Like to skateboard? Like to watch people skateboard?
On Sunday, August 28th (2011), the Adrenalina Skateboard Marathon will promote fitness and good times by ...
Written by Herman N, January 2013
Our party of 4 adults highly recommends Carlos Medina as tour guide of San Juan. He is the most personable, engaging, and charming guide you could find. Carlos is prompt, has a fully ...
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Doing what: El Yunque Rainforest and Luquillo Beach from San Juan