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The Best Street Food In Puerto Rico

Beach day? Jungle hike? Bike tour? Your island bucket list is long. Which means finding the time to settle in for a long meal can be a rare treat. That’s where Puerto Rican street food comes in. Fast, delicious and typically fried, the snacks and street food of Puerto Rico make the perfect fuel for…

A Quick Guide To Puerto Rican Music

Like the smell of a fresh empanadilla, the feel of tropical waters or the taste of a poolside piña colada, you’ll never forget the soundtrack of your Puerto Rico vacation. Every restaurant, bar, alleyway and roadside seem to hum to the sound of Puerto Rican music. It can be heard everywhere. And we like it…

6 (Really Cool) Historical Sites In Puerto Rico

In Puerto Rico’s every last detail—the food, the cities, the traditions—you’ll find a piece of the island’s rich history. From the days of the native Taíno people to the Spanish colonial times, each era has left its own unique mark. And while it’s one thing to learn about its storied past, it’s a whole other…

City Spotlight: La Parguera, Puerto Rico

With its rustic and wild coastline, local feel and mystic bioluminescent bay, La Parguera is the ultimate off the beaten path destination for Puerto Rico travelers. Best known for being home to one of the island’s three bio bays, there’s so much more to this effortlessly cool fishing village. Explore mangrove forests, nature reserves and…

Trip Spotlight: The Puerto Rican Mountains

When you think ‘island’, your mind might first go to white sand beaches and pristine coral coves. And don’t get us wrong—Puerto Rico has plenty of that too. But head inland, and you’ll find the Cordillera Central, the grand mountain range that extends across all of central Puerto Rico. Eco-tourists and adventure travelers will quickly…

5 Of The Best Seafood Restaurants In Puerto Rico

Between the mofongo and tostones, lechón and alcapurrias, you’ve got serious work to do when it comes to tasting the best of Puerto Rico’s cuisine. But in between the most traditional dishes, you have to—and we mean have to—make time for seafood in Puerto Rico. With over 300 miles of coastline and a collection of…

The Best Beach Hotels In Puerto Rico

Simply being in Puerto Rico is a good start, but waking up to ocean views while you’re there? That’s what you really want. With over 300 miles of tropical coastline, there are dozens of beachfront hotels in Puerto Rico ranging from luxury to laid back. Some come with pool bars and on-site restaurants, others just…

6 Water Activities That’ll Make Your Puerto Rico Trip

We get it. When there’s a lush rainforest, rolling countryside and lively cobblestone streets on the table, how do you choose where to spend your time? One look at those warm, turquoise waters and your mind will be set. You need sailing. You need a boat tour. You need to be kayaking around that tropical…

5 Must-Visit Coffee Haciendas in Puerto Rico

Coffee lovers, rejoice. The lush mountainsides of Puerto Rico promise more than just amazing views. Home to dozens of coffee plantations dating back to the 1800s, they’re the hallmark of a coffee culture that’s just as rich and robust as its beloved brew. It goes without saying then, that a visit to an authentic hacienda…

4 Types Of Fishing In Puerto Rico

Score snapper on the island reefs, battle tarpon in the brackish lagoons, troll for marlin on a deep sea fishing charter or drop a line in a freshwater fishing hole. When fishing in Puerto Rico, you can do a little bit of everything. Our favorite tropical island offers a unique blend of landscapes and water…

Cycling In Puerto Rico: Our Favorite Bike Trails & Rentals

  If you’re anything like us, the goal of your Puerto Rico vacation is to explore more. With miles of scenic trails, reaching from coast to countryside and back again, one of the best ways to experience the island is from the seat of a bike. We’re not the only ones who think so—there are…

Where to Go Kayaking in Puerto Rico

Kayaking in Puerto Rico isn’t just an excuse to spend time on the water. It’s also a unique way to see the sights along the shoreline, reefs, mangroves, and bioluminescent bays, some of the top attractions on the island. Kayak tours and rentals abound from San Juan to Vieques, so you’ll be paddling the serene…