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  • Isla Descheo – A Scuba Diver’s Paradise

    The small uninhabited island of Isla Desecheo is located 21 kilometers off the west coast of Puerto Rico’s main island and forms part of the Puerto Rico archipelago. The crystal clear waters ...

  • Experience Luxury Resort Atmosphere of El Condado

    El Condado has been a popular, modern tourist destination since the early 1900s. It is known for it incredible nightlife, numerous attractions and great beaches. Lined with trees and filled with ...

  • Visit the Lively Santurce Marketplace

    San Juan is generally known to tourists as one of the oldest cities in Puerto Rico, and for its breathtaking harbor. Tourists and visitors flock to this magnificent city for its vast number of ...

  • Quinceanera Celebrations

    While most teenagers dream of their sweet sixteenth birthday, it is a girl’s fifteenth birthday that is most significant in the life of a young Cuban, Puerto Rican, Mexican, South American and ...

  • The Vibrant Hatillo Masks Festival

    Puerto Rico is a beautiful country with a rich, fascinating cultural heritage. Just about every town and village has a festival or tradition that makes it unique. The lovely town of Hatillo, ...

  • Christmas Tradition in Puerto Rico

    Christmas in Puerto Rico is definitely celebrated in style. The traditions here are festive and take place from December through to January. The Puerto Rican way of celebrating this religious ...

  • Hidden Treasures in Cueva Lucero

    Near the city of Ponce, lies Juana Diaz. It is a small city in Puerto Rico that has become a popular destination as it is home to an extremely important archaeological site - the Lucero Caves. ...

  • The Corona Extra Pro Surf Circuit

    Surfers and surfing fans will be flocking to the beautiful country of Puerto Rico for a fantastic competition in the waves. Many have already enjoyed the spectacular sand and surf of Playa ...

  • The National Plantain Festival – Celebrating Local Cuisine

    The plantain was so important in the diet of the inhabitants of Puerto Rico during the 19th century that it was given the nickname of “nuestro pan” meaning “our daily bread”. Plantain continues ...

  • Watch Julio Iglesias in Puerto Rico this October

    Julio Iglesias is widely acknowledged as one of the best selling artists and musicians in the world and most certainly the best selling Spanish singer in musical history. With his distinctive, ...