I fell in love with Puerto Rico the first time I came to visit.

To me, I have never found any place like it. First, the weather is pretty perfect all year round. To me, that means- I’m never cold here (unless I’m in the AC) but also never too hot. If I want to feel cooler temps, I can venture up into the mountains for a day. And even though I can attest to being somewhat of a cold wimp, there are most definitely places and times of year in PR where you will want to throw on a hoodie. Pretty consistently, Puerto Rico has perfect sunny days and breezy beautiful nights.

Puerto Rico combines beautiful Caribbean Beaches with lush rainforests, cobblestone streets, forts, history, bioluminescent bays, culture, amazing food, amazing people, and have I mentioned the great weather all year round? There are not many places in the world that have that. At least not that I have found in the 70 countries I’ve traveled to. But if you know of a place, please let me know.

What I love most about Puerto Rico is that I don’t get “island fever,” where I feel the need to get off the island to see or do other things. This Island has so much to offer and I know that even as a resident I will never see it all.  And when I say so many things to do, I mean so many diverse things to do! You can check out local festivals, where the streets are packed with people dancing and enjoying themselves. Then you can go to a remote beach and not see anyone or hike in the rainforest and only hear on-humans.

It still boggles my mind that more Americans don’t travel to Puerto Rico. You don’t need a passport to come here. There are non-stop flights from pretty much anywhere on the East Coast, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis, and a bunch more cities. There is no exchanging money, American Law, and it’s stunningly beautiful. Puerto Rico is like a combination of Costa Rica, Spain & South Beach Miami. 

You can spend your whole trip in San Juan, or you can go explore other parts of the island. There are even smaller islands of Puerto Rico like Vieques and Culebra, which have so much beauty to offer tourists.

If you are in San Juan, it’s easy to venture out of the city, as nothing is really more than a 2.5-hour drive. You are centrally located to go on many day excursions. Whether you just like to chill or you are an adrenaline junkie, Puerto Rico really has it all. And that is what we want to do. We want to share Puerto Rico with you.

I am always finding new things on this Island and I love sharing it with people. I have had probably at least 30 of my friends come down to visit the Island, some of them have even decided to move here. I can’t really blame them.

We plan on sharing our love and experiences of Puerto Rico with you and helping you in any way we can when you come down here. We appreciate you supporting our island and hope you keep coming back year after year and bringing all your loved ones, so they can share in our Island too!

We’ll see you down here! 

Safe fun and travels! 

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