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Visitors who want to escape the hustle and bustle of San Juan should head up to the mountains of Aibonito, Puerto Rico, a 45 mi/72 km (one-hour) drive south toward the central region of the island. Aibonito is known for its flowers and refreshing cli...

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Arecibo is a charming municipality on the west coast of Puerto Rico. Best known for the Arecibo Obervatory housing the world's largest radio telescope this coastal city also showcases some picture-perfect landmarks and beaches. Nearby ...

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Boquerón is a fishing town located on the west coast of Puerto Rico. It is known for its great diving, nature reserves and verdant wildlife refuges, palm-shaded Caribbean beaches and colorful night life.

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Caja de Muerto

Caja de Muertos (Coffin Island) is an uninhabited island of the coast of Puerto Rico. The island is a protected nature reserve because of it's ever growing turtle population. The beach can be reached by ferry from the mainland, where hikers...

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Carolina is known as “La Tierra de Gigantes” (land of giants) honoring the tallest man in Puerto Rican history, Don Felipe Birriel who stood at 7’ 11”. In the olden days, Carolina was also known as “El Pueblo de los Tumb...

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Culebra is the smallest of the Spanish Virgin Islands and is located about 18 miles east of Puerto Rico. The island has beautiful beaches which can also be used as a camping ground. The most popular, Flamenco Beach, is known for its beautiful white...

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Culebrita is the largest coastal reef off the northern coast of Culebra, Puerto Rico. Culebrita, or "Litte Snake," boasts beautiful white sand beaches and crystal blue water, with magnificent coral reefs and natural tidal pools. The area is ideal ...

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Dorado is a lovely beach town with many prestigious resorts, golf courses, and hotels. Some places to visit in Dorado are located in downtown such as The Museum Casa del Rey, a house built and controlled by Spain during the time of colonization, whic...

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El Yunque

Less than 1% of Puerto Rico's virgin forests remain—which makes a visit to the Caribbean National Forest, better known as El Yunque (the Taino Indian name for its highest peak), all the more impressive. About an hour's drive southeast of San Juan, El...

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Fajardo is one of the most beautiful spots on the shore of the island of Puerto Rico. The city is a major boating center, with a wide range of rentals, charters, daily excursions, and sport-diving excursions available - as well as scheduled ferries a...

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Located 20 mi/32 km west of Ponce, Guanica, Puerto Rico, was the site of the first U.S. troop landing in the Spanish-American War. It is now noted for the Guanica Forest Reserve. On UNESCO's list of Biosphere Reserves, the dry forest has 48 rare tree...

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Hacienda Buena Vista

A visit to Hacienda Buena Vista, Puerto Rico, a 19th-century coffee plantation, is like taking a trip back in time. Located between Ponce and Adjuntas, about a two-hour drive from San Juan, the estate has operated for more than 120 years, changing it...

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Isla Culebra, Puerto Rico

In the 18th century, pirates used its cays as secluded hideaways. Snorkelers wonder through coral kingdoms. Coral reefs in this area are considered some of the most spectacular of the Caribbean. Culebra's rugged countryside, outrageous beaches and sm...

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Called "La Sultana del Oeste", Mayaquez (Mayaguez) derives its name from a local Taino Indian Chief Mayaquez, which means "place of great waters". Today, Mayaquez is the third-largest city and one of the most important cities in t...

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Located on the southwestern tip of the island about 35 mi/56 km west of Ponce, Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico, has beautiful seascapes and the Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge has a visitors center and interpretive displays as well as bird-watc...

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Phosphorescent Bay

A visit to La Parguera Phosphorescent Bay, Puerto Rico, on the southwestern part of the island (30 mi/48 km west of Ponce and southeast of Mayaguez), one of the country's three rare bio bays, is best planned for a moonless night. Be prepared for an e...

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Ponce, Puerto Rico

Called "Le Perla del Sur" (Pearl of the South), Ponce was founded in 1692 by Juan Ponce de León's great-grandson- Loíza Ponce de León. Ponce is also know as the "Ciudad Señorial" because of its many beautiful neoclassical buildings and facades. It l...

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Surfers set the laid-back mood in Rincon, Puerto Rico, which arguably has the finest beach on the west coast. Beaches on the north side of town are well-known for wave-riding sports, with the most challenging swells found at Tres Palmas. Southside be...

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Rio Camuy Caves

Puerto Rico's Rio Camuy Caves, an otherworldly terrain of caves, sinkholes and limestone hills, offers a chance to see one of the world's largest underground rivers. It's located about 40 mi/64 km southwest of San Juan.

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Rio Grande, P.R.

The Rio Grande which is made up of 9 barrios or districts was named after the majestic river that flows through its lands, the Rio Grande River. It is also known as La Ciudad del Yunque (Yunque City) and was founded in July 25, 1840 by the Deriderio ...

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Ruta Panoramica

Ruta Panoramica, or the "Panoramic Route," is really a loose network of some 40 roads covering approximately 165 mi/265 km. It twists and turns along the central spine of Puerto Rico. The roads are narrow and signs difficult to see, so take along a m...

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San German

San German, Puerto Rico, is an old town with colonial buildings. Located between Mayaguez and Phosphorescent Bay, it can easily be seen in a few hours. However, if you stay the night you can visit the bay and the beautiful Porta Coeli Chapel, which i...

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San Juan

San Juan, Puerto Rico, is an old city of cobblestone streets, colonial architecture and shaded courtyards. It reflects its Spanish past in such famous fortresses as El Morro and San Cristobal. San Juan is also a modern world capital -- a cosmopolita...

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Vieques Island, also called "La Isla Nena" (small girl island), is a tropical Caribbean island with so many pristine beaches you are likely to find one just for yourself any day of the week. Crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches and secluded bays...

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Vieques Island

Just seven miles off the east coast of Puerto Rico, Vieques Island is small but full of beautiful scenery and unforgettable adventures. Palm-lined beaches, roaming wild horses and the absence of traffic lights make Vieques Island a truly unique Carib...

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Enchanting Puerto Rico has it all... 272 miles of pristine beaches, exotic natural wonders, the only tropical rainforest in the US Forest Service and oldest city in the US. By day, a variety of watersports, championship golf and world-class shopping await you. Then get ready to feel the nightlife sizzle... from gourmet dining to glitzy casinos, live salsa bands, discos and nightclubs. If you haven't been to Puerto Rico before, it was worth the wait. If you haven't been there recently, it's time to go back and discover the NEW Caribbean Luxury!
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Located on a former coconut farm and situated between the El Yunque National Forest and Espíritu Santo River State Preserve, is The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort. This stunning escape is set on 483 pristine acres and 2 miles of secluded beach with breathtaking panoramas of the Atlantic Ocean. ...

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Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve is an exclusive island retreat encircled by coral reefs, blue waters and lush vegetation. Situated on 50 acres of the Rockefeller estate, along Puerto Rico’s Caribbean coast, the resort is an intimate refuge infused with references to the surrounding natura...

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Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is one of the biggest islands in the Caribbean, and it has much more to offer than rain forests. It also has caves, mountains, coral reefs, white-sand beaches, championship golf courses, fantastic cuisine, world-class shopping and a vibrant culture.

The sounds of Puerto Rico's El Yunque National Forest will no doubt draw visitors—giggling children running by, tree frogs croaking and the rustle of the leafy canopy. What's more, the rain forest is close enough to San Juan for a day trip.

Puerto Rico visitors will also find that the country is quite modernized. The capital of San Juan is a large city that offers glamorous resorts, hotels and casinos, and a busy business district, as well as the largest and most technically advanced convention center in the Caribbean.

San Juan also has one of Latin America's most impressive colonial areas. Such a combination of natural beauty and urban attractions is part of the reason Puerto Rico is so popular with tourists.


Puerto Rico lies 1,015 mi/1,630 km southeast of Miami. It's actually several islands. The largest, also named Puerto Rico, is rectangular in shape and about 110 mi/177 km long by 35 mi/56 km wide. Its terrain is among the most varied in the region—rugged mountains rise in the middle, quiet beaches edge the northern and eastern shores (which are lapped by the Atlantic Ocean), and in parts of the southwest, beaches give way to steep cliffs that plummet into the Caribbean Sea.


Puerto Rico had few inhabitants when Christopher Columbus sighted the island in 1493. Fifteen years later, Spain appointed Ponce de Leon, the seeker of the Fountain of Youth, to be its first governor. The original inhabitants, the Taino Indians, rebelled against the Spanish, but the uprising only resulted in their decimation.

For four centuries, Spain used the island as its gateway to the New World, defending it against assaults from the English, the French and the Dutch. (It was the last stop for treasure ships bound for Spain.) In 1898, during the Spanish-American War, the Spanish met their match: The U.S. Army landed on the southern side of the island. Shortly afterward, Spain handed Puerto Rico over to the U.S.

Puerto Rico became a commonwealth and its residents were granted U.S. citizenship in 1917. However, residents don't have every right enjoyed by their mainland cousins. For instance, they can't cast ballots in U.S. presidential elections, and their resident commissioner—an elected representative to the U.S. House—can sit on congressional committees but cannot vote. (On the other side of the coin, Puerto Ricans pay no U.S. federal income tax.) Puerto Ricans remain fiercely divided on whether their island should become the 51st U.S. state.

Agriculture was the island's mainstay in the early years—coffee and tropical fruit plantations dotted the countryside, and vast fields were planted with sugarcane, which was processed into some of the world's best rum. Some coffee and fruit plantations remain, but they, and other farming operations, now account for only 3% of employment and 1% of the island's income, and much farmland has been turned over to residential and commercial development in recent decades.

In the place of farming, industry—led by manufacturing—now dominates the island's economy, a legacy born of the U.S. government's Operation Bootstrap program in the 1940s. Government, academia and private industry also have focused on making Puerto Rico shift from a labor-intensive to a more high-tech manufacturing powerhouse with particular focus on biosciences, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and communications and information technology. Exports include chemicals, electronics, pharmaceuticals and health-care products, rubber and plastic goods, rum and coffee.

Tourism also is important to the island's economy—more than 3 million people visit Puerto Rico each year. Although poor compared with U.S. states, Puerto Rico has one of the highest standards of living in the Caribbean.

Puerto Rico is vulnerable to hurricanes, as evidenced by widespread damage caused by Hurricane Maria in 2017, and flooding and power outages by Hurricane Fiona in 2022. Recovery efforts sometimes take years, especially in areas away from city centers, where you are more likely to see deteriorated roads and downed utility lines. Exercise caution driving on rural roads, especially after dark. In general, services are less reliable in the central mountain zone.

Islandwide, visitors are unlikely to experience service disruption, as many hotels and resorts are becoming increasingly self-reliant, favoring the use of generators, self-generated power sources and on-site water treatment facilities.


Puerto Rico's main attractions include deep-sea fishing, gambling, historical attractions, horse racing, culture, nightlife, beaches, rain forests, shopping, golf, tennis, caves, hiking, horseback riding, world-class surfing and watersports (including snorkeling and scuba diving).

Travelers who want to get away from it all in comfort (the island has some lovely luxury resorts) and those who enjoy exploring (the island is so large it offers a variety of things to see and do) will like Puerto Rico. U.S. and Canadian citizens who are in a hurry to reach warm weather and white-sand beaches will enjoy the island's convenience.


Puerto Rico native Emiliano Mercado del Toro, who died at age 115 in 2007, was once declared the world's oldest person by Guinness World Records—he said his secret to longevity was a healthy diet and avoiding alcohol.

Outside the big cities, listen for the sounds of the coqui, the national symbol. Legend has it that the tiny tree frog can only sing and survive on this island. There are reports of the species in Hawaii and Florida, however.

The Caribbean National Forest, dubbed El Yunque in Spanish, is the only tropical forest in the U.S. Forest Service system and at 28,000 acres/11,340 hectares, the smallest as well.

Puerto Rico has had five winning candidates in the Miss Universe pageant.

Puerto Rico purports to be the largest rum producer in the world.

One of the world's largest radio telescopes, known as the Arecibo Radio Telescope, was built there in 1963 and was used in the James Bond classic GoldenEye.

The island's local beer is the award-winning Medalla Light. It's sold in 7- to 10-ounce sizes to ensure that the beverage can be consumed before it warms.

The rain forest has an average rainfall of 120 in/305 cm per year, which equals about 160 billion gallons of water, enough to supply the half-million residents of San Juan for more than two years.

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