Puerto Rico

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

U.S. Coast Guard cutter passing by Old San Juan, Puerto Rico; credit USGS

Puerto Rico

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Welcome to Puerto Rico
The busiest ocean port in the Caribbean, San Juan Bay brings in half of the region’s trade and over one million cruise ship visitors a year. Bayside shops carry everything from gold jewelry to island arts and crafts … More

Christopher Columbus landed on this picturesque island between 1492 and 1493. The wonderful amalgamation of the island’s people encompassing the Taino Indians, Spaniards and Africans leaves no room to question … More

Among the many general attractions, three must-visits are Bacardi Rum Factory, Castillo San Cristóbal, Fuerte San Felipe del Morro … More

The Caribbean National Forest, better known as El Yunque, is the only tropical rainforest managed by the U.S. Forest Service, and well-known for its dozens of trails, observation towers and waterfalls … More

Cultural Sites
Butterfly People, a family-run entity begun in 1970, invites you to enjoy their spectacular Butterfly Art Gallery displays in the heart of Old San Juan … More

Travel Tips
Passports are not required for U.S. citizens. But the best part is, there is NO sales tax in Puerto Rico … More


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