Often referred to as the land of 1,000 blessings, the tropical island of Puerto Rico is one of the hidden gems of the Caribbean. With cultural influences from Africa, Europe, and the Caribbean, over three hundred miles of stunning beaches, lush rainforests, secluded waterfalls, and mouth-watering cuisine, Puerto Rico has something for everyone - whether you are a beach bum, a culture vulture, or an adventure junkie.
Many visitors to Puerto Rico will no doubt fly into the capital of San Juan. With some of the hottest nightlife spots on the globe, a quaint old town, and home to the island's much loved Condado beach, you absolutely must spend a portion of your vacation here, however we urge you to venture off the beaten track and explore some of the lesser known regions and sleepy beach towns on the island which allow you to escape the tourist hoards and witness the true beauty of the island's culture.
The only tropical rainforest in the U.S, El Yunque offers hiking trails through lush forests filled with fragrant flowers, tropical wildlife, and winding streams. Located in northeastern Puerto Rico, it is possible to explore the park either independently or with a guide.
The two Spanish 'Virgin Islands' , Culebra awaits just off the east coast of Puerto Rico. Accessible by plane or ferry, the island is home to the undisturbed Flamenco and Tamarindo beaches and offers up tranquil scenes that make you feel like Robinson Crusoe!
The island of Puerto Rico is certainly a beach lover's paradise: there are a seemingly infinite number of options available to relax and get your tan on. Arguably the most famous beach on the island, Condado beach borders many of San Juan's luxury hotels. It can get a little crowded, but it is the perfect place to relax and top up your tan without venturing far from your hotel, and all of the local amenities.
December to March is the best time to visit Puerto Rico. Hurricanes are not common and you'll find the most amount of sunshine.
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