Puerto Rico

El Morro fortress in San Juan
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Puerto Rico Travel Guide

Puerto Rico is part of the Greater Antilles, along with Cuba, Jamaica and Hispaniola. It is a sizable island, 110 miles long by 40 miles wide. However, its tourism industry has not developed as fully ...

Puerto Rico is part of the Greater Antilles, along with Cuba, Jamaica and Hispaniola. It is a sizable island, 110 miles long by 40 miles wide. However, its tourism industry has not developed as fully as might be expected, despite the island’s status as a self-governing territory of the United States. This is chiefly because its beaches do not offer the powdery white sand found in many parts of the Caribbean. The exception to this rule is the offshore island of Vieques, which was relinquished by the U.S. Navy in 2003. New hotels have opened there, but as yet, none meets the required standard. 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

No passport required. Visit travel.state.gov, and for travelers’ health information, cdc.gov.

WHEN TO VISIT

The dry season extends from December to June. Summer brings increased rainfall and humidity. This is especially pronounced in the mountainous interior, which rises to more than 4,300 feet. 

Recommended Luxury Hotels in Puerto Rico

All Andrew Harper-recommended hotels offer impeccable accommodations and high levels of personal service. Only the best of the best make our list, so we rate them on a scale from bird icon 90 to 100.
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