The smallest country of the Caribbean Greater Antilles, Puerto Rico is a former Spanish colony and a present unincorporated territory of the United States of America. Located in the tropics and offering spectacular views in its old cities, high mountains and its coastal areas, this rich port represents a perfect mixture of culture, adventure and leisure.
Learn the meaning of the Coqui, an endemic small frog turned into a Porto Rican symbol or visit the Arecibo Lighthouse and Historical Park, a museum where you can see replicas of ancient ships and even a pirate’s island. Take pictures of the medieval architecture in the stunning Catedral de San Juan Bautista or take part in the only active pro winter baseball league, very popular here. Smile with your kids as you cool down in Halederia de Lares, a famous ice cream store with more than 1000 flavors or relax and enjoy the sun on the real Gilligan’s Island. Enter the El Yunque National Forest, a tropical paradise on the North East part of the island or dive into the deep for the famous Culebra coral reefs.
Puerto Rico is a tropical island, a treasure chest in the Caribbean which can offer you a rich, truly colorful experience.