Puerto Rico is a tropical, Caribbean destination with Spanish colonial history, but also a typical American destination, with plenty of American restaurants and lifestyle commodities. You’ll find beaches, town, villages, nature, and exotic culture mixed with U.S. influence.
Old San Juan (San Juan Viejo)
San Juan is a lively colonial town with many historical sites, like El Morro Fort, Castillo de San Cristóbal, and San Juan Cathedral. Apart from the 17th-century charm, it is also a place for modern fun and activities.
Culebra Island (Isla Culebra)
This amazing island is known for its eco-tourism, as well as its exquisite natural beauty. Visit the popular beach Playa Flaminga, Isla de Culebra National Wildlife Refuge or hike at Cayo Luis Peña.
Surfing and Whale Watching at Rincon
Nicknamed the Surfing Town, Rincon is a surfing center, but also a town that offers excursions that include whale watching.
Rio Camuy Caves (Parque de las Cavernas del Río Camuy)
The Rio Camuy Cave Park is a huge cave system covering 268 acres that is thought to be the third largest cave system in the world. The caves were used by the native peoples in the past, and they are really visually impressive, as well as mysterious.
If you are looking for a proper luxurious resort with all the commodities of elite tourism, Isla Verde isthe place for you. It might not be the perfect spot for getting acquainted with the native, Porto Rican culture, but it is a paradise for those seeking an all-inclusive vacation resort.
Situated in the proximity of San Juan, this tranquill beach is a perfect gataway from the city buzz. There are no buildings arround, so you can be sure it will be just you, the sand, palm-trees and the sea-what a perfect way to spend the day.