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Tourism in Puerto Rico With its modern amenities and services, world class hotels, gorgeous beaches, city life, historic sites and natural treasures; it attracts millions of tourists every year, many becoming repeat visitors. Retirees seeking for US amenities with a Caribbean climate and lifestyle, are investing in Puerto Rico and making the island their second home. Give yourself the chance to experience a different state of mind while in Puerto Rico. Open up your heart, and allow the island to enchant you. Taste our food, move to our music, feel the warmth of our people and allow the beauty of our land to embrace you.
There’s so much wonder in Puerto Rico, you’ll be coming back for more. The more you explore, the more you’ll fall in love. Choose a region that appeals to you, get a car rental for a few days, and you’ll understand why Puerto Rico often takes the top spot for best vacation destination in the Caribbean.
If this is your first time in Puerto Rico it may be a bit overwhelming sorting through all the information available and figuring out which places to visit and activities to do. We know the island very well, we have spoken and read messages from thousands of visitors. We have spent many hours creating guides to make your planning easier and your vacation extraordinary.
With the current economic struggles the island faces, it is has become one of the most important industries in Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico is a US territory, and all Puerto Ricans are US Citizens. Your travels to Puerto Rico puts money into our own economy. Please share the wonders of Puerto Rico with your friends.
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Getting Around Puerto Rico
Getting around Puerto Rico is easy, rent an inexpensive car and explore the island, hop on the free trolley or ride a bike to see the sights of San Juan, hike off the beaten path destinations or book a tour with a friendly guide. Whatever your preference, Puerto Rico offers unforgettable experiences. More about getting around Puerto Rico.