The ultimate Puerto Rico travel guide in the time of Covid-19 helps navigate COVID rules and restrictions, shares important travel tips, and highlights many of the best places to visit while social distancing in Puerto Rico.
Flamenco Beach, located on the tiny tropical island of Culebra, is 20 miles off the north-east coast of Puerto Rico. With good reason, it’s regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. A 1 ½ mile-long crescent…
In Puerto Rico, there’s only one place to get your water sport rentals and that’s Pirate Snorkeling. They’ve just added one-week stand-up paddleboard rentals and they’re going fast. Read why.
The beaches go on for miles in Puerto Rico. But it’s also an island with a swaggering history, a culture rich with pride, and to top it off, an abundance of eco-friendly adventures.
At the HIX Island House, on the island of Vieques, getting away from it all is truly a regenerative experience.
Puerto Rico’s Slice of Island Paradise When a traveler mentions Puerto Rico, most people think of Old San Juan. However, Puerto Rico’s capital is not the only city worth exploring when visiting this beautiful island. Take a few days to…
Puerto Rico brims with delectable rum-based cocktails, gorgeous scenery, and captivating cultural experiences. If visiting Puerto Rico, one must-do activity is a rum tasting tour at Casa Bacardí.
There’s a unique adventure located on the northeast corridor of Puerto Rico. Kayaking Puerto Rico provides mini boat tours for travelers to the Cordillera Nature Reserve in Fajardo.
When visiting Puerto Rico, take a culinary road trip to Guavate, a town dedicating itself to all things pork. It’s a place where the art of cooking traditional lechon asado and where one can enjoy not only a great meal but a truly cultural experience.
When visiting Puerto Rico, take a culinary road trip to the legendary town of Guavate. Dedicating itself to all things pork, it’s where you’ll discover the best lechon in Puerto Rico and experience true Puerto Rican culture at its best.…