Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico, known as the 'Island of Enchantment', is a US territory that elegantly bridges the gap between American and Latin cultures. Breathtakingly beautiful, it's a paradise filled with miles of white sand beaches, the lush greenery of El Yunque Rainforest, the striking views of its mountains, alongside a pulsating nightlife, momentous colonial architecture, and a melting pot of culinary delights.

Where is Puerto Rico?

Puerto Rico is nestled in the northeastern Caribbean, positioned east of the Dominican Republic and west of both the U.S. and British Virgin Islands. It's situated approximately 1,000 miles southeast of Florida and is one of the islands in the Greater Antilles, a group of the largest islands in the Caribbean.

The Island of Enchantment

A vibrant island steeped in a rich historical tapestry

Puerto Rico, a Caribbean gem, is a dynamic blend of cultures that resonate in its colonial landmarks, rhythmic music, and flavourful cuisine. The island’s heritage, echoing Spanish, African, and Indigenous roots, coupled with its stunning landscapes, creates a uniquely captivating and hospitable atmosphere.

Why Should I Visit Puerto Rico?

Natural Beauty at Its Finest
Sample the Local Cuisine
Discover the History and Culture

Natural Beauty at Its Finest

Puerto Rico's striking diversity in natural wonders is genuinely impressive, housing over 36 nature reserves, 19 state forests, and five wildlife sanctuaries. The island is surrounded by almost 300 distinctive beaches along its 272-mile-long coastline. Each beach teems with unique marine life and varying attributes like colour hues, sand textures, and wave patterns, offering a unique seaside experience. At the heart of Puerto Rico is El Yunque, a treasure trove of biodiversity with over 240 species of plant life, rare endangered animals, numerous rivers, streams, and awe-inspiring waterfalls.

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