Category: Puerto Rico

Castillo San Cristóbal

Named after the saint patron of land travelers, Saint Christopher, Castillo San Cristóbal in Old San Juan Puerto Rico, is considered the largest fortress built in the Americas. It was….

Beaches in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico’s 270 miles of coastline is fringed with nearly 300 beaches, each one stunning in its own way. Thanks to the Island’s diverse geography, you can choose from secluded….


Influenced by various cultures, Puerto Rico has a vibrant culinary scene. One of the more popular dishes in Puerto Rico is the Mofongo. It is made out of fried green….

San Juan Cruise Ships

San Juan Puerto Rico is a very popular cruise port with some cruises embarking on Southern Caribbean itineraries while other cruises will stop in San Juan for the day. For….

Puerto Rican Flag

The Puerto Rican flag is rich in history, meaning, and national-cultural pride. The white star stands for the commonwealth of Puerto Rico, while the three sides of the equilateral triangle….

Palomino Island

Palomino off the coast of Puerto Rico perfectly describes a secluded tropical paradise with the lavishness of a resort. It’s the largest of the three private islands located near Puerto….

Old San Juan

Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, is a wonder. Walk down the centuries-old blue cobblestone streets and you’ll see brightly colored historic buildings. The city, by the way, was nearly destroyed…..

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a Caribbean island and unincorporated territory of the United States approximately 1,000 miles southeast of Miami, Florida. Puerto Rico was colonized by Spain following the arrival of….

El Morro

Castillo San Felipe del Morro sits on the northwesternmost point of the islet of Old San Juan in Puerto Rico. Tunnels and staircases are still part of the interior, bringing….

Islands of Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is an archipelago consisting of around 143 islands, cays, and islets. Puerto is the principal island of the islands of Puerto Rico, just like Hawaii is the primary….

Old San Juan

Old San Juan is one of the most popular cruise destinations in the Caribbean and the most visited place in Puerto Rico. Known for its rich history, five-century-old forts, romantic….

Puerto Ricans

Puerto Ricans are well known for their warm hospitality, often recognized as very friendly and expressive even to strangers. Greetings are often cordial and sincere. When people are first introduced,….

El Yunque

El Yunque is a tropical rainforest in northeastern Puerto Rico and is the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest Service. With an average rainfall of 120 inches a….