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Puerto Rico


Puerto Rico officially the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Spanish: Estado Libre  Asociado de Puerto Rico, literally the “Free Associated State of Puerto Rico”), is a United States territory located in the northeastern Caribbean. Puerto Rico is an archipelago that includes the main island of Puerto Rico and a number of smaller islands. The capital and largest city is San Juan. The territory does not observe daylight saving time, and its official languages are Spanish, which is predominant, and English. The Island’s population is approximately 3.4 million.

Capital:  San Juan

Population:   3.4 million

Dialing code:  +1-787, +1-939

Language:  Spanish, English


Tourist attraction:

1.Cobblestone Streets of Old San Juan


Cobblestone Streets of Old San Juan

Old San Juan is an open living museum that houses over 500 historic buildings that include churches, museums, great shops, excellent restaurants, plazas and relaxing cafes. It would take weeks to fully enjoy all the amazing attractions and places this historic city has to offer. We encourage you to take at least one day to walk around the streets of Old San Juan. Ditch the map and walk into the sights, shops and restaurants that catch your eye. Old San Juan is best enjoyed by foot, but you can get transportation to the major sights by taking the free trolley. More  about Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.


2. Flamenco Beach


Flamenco Beach

Puerto Rico offers about 300 beaches, each offering something unique. Between Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands you may have visited you may be thinking…how much better can a beach really get? Once you get to Flamenco Beach, you’ll understand why it’s one of the most glorified beaches around the world. Go to the little sleepy island of Culebra, located off the eastern coast of Puerto Rico, home to Flamenco Beach, often attaining the most coveted top rankings of best beaches lists. Be sure to make the day trip to Culebra, better yet, split your vacation by spending a few nights there and you’ll have bragging rights to visiting one of the best beaches of the planet. More  about Flamenco Beach, Culebra, Puerto Rico. Getting Here:  You can take a short flight from the San Juan Airport, Isla Grande Airport or Ceiba  Airport. We highly recommend you fly to Culebra in order to save time on travel. You may also take the ferry boat from Fajardo. Time Needed: This is a wonderful day trip, plan on spending the full day in Culebra.


3.     Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge

Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge

The most scenic location on the island is located in the Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge. Plan on spending at least a full morning or afternoon here, then head over to the village of Boqueron for great nightlife. The Cabo Rojo Wildlife Refuge is an eco traveler paradise offering 4 attractions into one, hike along nature trails with scenic vistas, take a tour of the Salt Flats, visit La Playuela Beach, one the prettiest beach cove of the island, visit the elegant Los Morrillos Lighthouse, and walk along the limestone cliffs with breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea.


4.     Arecibo Observatory - The coolest pics on the net!

Visit the largest radio telescope in the world high in the karst region of the town of Arecibo, one of the most interesting man-made wonders in Puerto Rico and the world.

5. Rio Camuy Caves

Rio Camuy Caves

The Rio Camuy Cave Park features a huge cave system covering 268 acres and is thought to be the third largest cave system in the world. A trolley bus transports visitors to a 200-foot deep cave, or sinkhole, which is now a preserved area known as Cueva Clara Empalme. The caves feature various rooms, in some cases with extremely high ceilings, stalagmites, and stalactites, and rivers rushing along the base. A guided tour leads visitors through the Cueva Clara Empalme. In addition to the natural wonders the cave system presents, it’s also interesting to note that the caves were used by the indigenous population long ago.



Name Address Phone
Dreams Hotel Puerto Rico 109 Av. Universidad, San Juan, 00925, +1 787-688-5818
Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa PR-333, Guanica, Guánica 00653 +1 787-821-0505
Hotel Iberia 1464 Ave Wilson, San Juan, PR 00907 +1 787-722-5380
Hotel Colombus Puerto Rico 441, Aguada, 00602, +1 787-868-1140
Parador Villa Antonio Road 115 Km 12, Rincon, PR 00677, +1 787-823-2645
Hotel Colombus Puerto Rico 441, Aguada, 00602, +1 787-868-1140