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Puerto Rico Travel Guide

Puerto Rico Travel Guide, Caribbean: Tourism

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Puerto Rico Travel Guide, Caribbean. Tourism. Vacation Packages. Rich history and culture, exceptional food, pristine beaches, majestic mountains, relaxation, adventure all packed into one sun-kissed Caribbean paradise. La Isla del Encanto is full of people who are buena gente (which is boricua slang for kind and friendly) and welcoming. Here, you’ll feel like you are family instead of just a visitor. Around every corner, you’ll find a celebration of life, a vibrant cultural experience, food for the soul, and a captivating rhythm. A little more than a two-hour flight from the continental U.S., Puerto Rico deftly walks the line between American territory and international charm. A blend of Spanish, Indian and African influences, this island has tropical forests, sandy beaches and an ever-expanding dining and nightclub scene. When you visit Puerto Rico aside from taking a ferry trip to the pristine beaches of Culebra or the glowing waters off Vieques you can otherwise cover the whole island by car with day trips, from the time capsule of Old San Juan, the posh designer boutiques of Condado and the small-town charms of Poncé. Read on in this Puerto Rico travel guide to plan your trip: Welcome to Puerto Rico, an exciting Caribbean destination rich in natural treasures, culture and history with no passport required for U.S. Citizens.  Whether you’re traveling as a family with children, dreaming of a romantic tropical escape, desiring a vibrant city weekend trip, or a pampering luxurious vacation, Puerto Rico will not disappoint.  Vacationers will find a tremendous array of tours and activities, from relaxing on secluded beaches, to kayaking in bioluminescent bays, to the thrill of the exhilarating longest zip line cable in the world per Guinness World Records. The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico), the official name since 1952, is an “unincorporated territory” of the United States having a population of about 3.1 million people (more than 20+/U.S. states).  People born on the island are U.S. citizens.  So do you need a passport to go to Puerto Rico?  No not if you’re a U.S. citizen as well.  Traveling to Puerto Rico is just like flying to another state, very convenient and without the hassle of customs and the need for a passport.  With so many daily flights from the U.S., in just a few hours, one can escape the cold and enjoy basking under the warm sun, enjoying a Piña Colada right where it was first created.  The island is often described as the easiest and most exciting getaway in the Caribbean a true all-inclusive destination, with something for everyone