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Your Guide to the Islands Near Puerto Rico

a pool next to a body of water

There’s so much to enjoy on the main island of Puerto Rico, but this archipelago is full of cays and islets that hold wonders of their own. Your visit to the Enchanted Isle wouldn’t be complete without venturing out to the smaller islands around Puerto Rico, where you can find stunning bioluminescent bays, idyllic beaches,…

Six Puerto Rican Festivals You Can’t Miss

Dancers dancing and wearing one of the traditional folk costume from Puerto Rico.

It’s always a party in Puerto Rico, where holidays and traditions are celebrated with loud music, delicious food, and a lot of fun. Attending a festival is a great way to immerse yourself in the local culture and party with the islanders. You can find an exciting event almost every week, but there are some…

The Best Spots for Surfing in Puerto Rico

a man riding a wave on a surf board on a body of water

Known as the North Shore of the Caribbean, Puerto Rico’s surf scene is reminiscent of the sport’s birthplace on the shores of Hawaii. The island has some of the best surfing in all of the Caribbean, with warm waters, near-perfect weather year-round, and waves for surfers of all experience levels. In fact, surfing in Puerto…

The Ultimate Guide to Planning Your Visit to El Yunque

Juan Diego Falls, El Yunque, Puerto Rico

When planning a visit to Puerto Rico, the number one destination travelers want to see is El Yunque National Forest. This is the only rainforest in the U.S. National Forest Service, and it’s famous for its striking beauty and diverse ecosystem. Offering relaxing natural pools, beautiful waterfalls, exciting hiking trails, and unique wildlife, El Yunque…

The Best Secluded Beaches in Puerto Rico

Aerial view of Puerto Rico. Faro Los Morrillos de Cabo Rojo. Playa Sucia beach and Salt lakes in Punta Jaguey.

Puerto Rico’s best, most popular beaches have a lot to offer, but they can often be crowded as locals and visitors alike flock to their shores. If you’re looking for a more relaxing experience, you can head to some of the more secret, secluded Puerto Rico beaches that are usually fairly empty. Enjoy plenty of…

The Best Hiking Trails in Puerto Rico for All Levels of Hikers

Cement and rock trail leads to jungle stairway in El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico

Boasting the only tropical rainforest in the United States National Forest System, a stunning dry forest, and other geological wonders, it’s no surprise that Puerto Rico is a popular destination for hikers and nature lovers. Hiking in Puerto Rico is full of surprises, from unique wildlife and a wide variety of plants to breathtaking views…

Scuba Diving in Puerto Rico

an orange fish with its mouth open

With its stunning coral reefs, varied wildlife, excellent visibility, and unique sites, scuba diving in Puerto Rico is a can’t-miss activity for travelers to the island. Whether you want to scuba dive in San Juan or venture to an offshore island, whether you’re looking for an introductory lesson or an advanced diving experience, there’s an…

The Top Caves to Explore in Puerto Rico

a view of a large body of water with a mountain in the background

On the surface, Puerto Rico offers many magical locations to visit, from its iconic beaches to its historic towns and world-renowned cuisine. But below ground lies a world of wonders that you simply must see. Whether you’re an adventurer, a geology buff, an avid hiker, or just an excited traveler looking for unique experiences in…