Puerto Rico Vacations
Vacations to Puerto Rico - U.S. Caribbean
Borinquen is coming back to life!
Citizens of the U.S. don't need a passport to travel to the sunny island of Puerto Rico. The Caribbean island is coming back to life with tourists planning their vacations to San Juan, Ponce, Vieques, and more gorgeous, historic locations. Check back for amazing Puerto Rico vacation offers in the near future.
Puerto Rico Vacation Deals
Puerto Rico is often overlooked as a domestic vacation. If you are looking for Puerto Rico vacations & all-inclusive resorts in Puerto Rico you don’t even need a passport! You can see majestic mountains from the beach and even explore a rain forest. Traveling with children under 21? The drinking age here is only 18, making this the perfect “college family” vacation destination.
Places to See in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico may look small on a map, but what it lacks in geographic size, it more than makes up for in excitement and unparalleled beauty. An abundance of great beaches, luxurious Puerto Rico all-inclusive resorts, family friendly activities—not to mention the local culture that make the island so special—offer all the building blocks for your dream getaway. Whether you plan to explore the natural wonders of the lush rainforest or simply sunbathe along the island’s crystal blue waters, our Puerto Rico vacation packages come with everything you need to enjoy this slice of paradise.
Puerto Rico is a US territory situated in the Caribbean, and most of the activity on the island is concentrated in the northeast, around San Juan. Here, you’ll find historic Old San Juan, home to the ancient citadel El Morro, overlooking San Juan Harbor. You’ll also find a wide variety of dining, shopping, and nightlife options, making San Jose ideal for spring break trips.
Of course, if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the capital city, there’s much to do all around the rest of the coast. You must explore the diverse wildlife of the El Yunque National Rainforest to the east, and you’ll find no better place to surf (or learn to surf) than the western coastal town of Rincon, known as the surfing capital of the Caribbean. For a serene stretch of sand, try the southern coast or Culebra and Vieques, just a short small plane or boat ride away from the main island, which feature some of the world’s most gorgeous beaches. Vieques is also where you can tour the bioluminescent bay, home to one of the highest concentrations of phosphorescent glowing fish. However you choose to experience Puerto Rico, vacation packages are available to suit every whim.