Puerto Rico is part of the Hispanic group of islands and a classic example of when old meets new. From the busy port city of San Juan (the hub of the Caribbean) to quiet secluded beaches, mountains, caves and rainforest, to the exciting and dazzling casinos, the colourful folkloric dancing and music. Puerto Rico is a most diverse island nation.
There’s only one problem when you visit Puerto Rico – on this fascinating, 3,350 square mile (8,670 sq km) island, you can’t see everything in a single visit. Sorry, you’ll have to keep coming back – and next time bring the kids. It’s one of the Caribbean’s most child-friendly destinations.
There’s all the sun, fun and sporting activity you’d expect. The 272-mile (437 km) coastline has world-class beaches for sun-bathing, swimming and snorkeling. Nightlife is among the liveliest in the Americas, and there’s a full range of accommodation, from rustic campsites to luxury hotels.