Cabo Rojo Welcome to sunny Cabo Rojo! This coastal gem is home to stunning beaches, breathtaking views, and one of the Island's most vibrant nightlife scenes. To celebrate life with the tropical extravaganza it deserves, hit Cabo Rojo’s nightlife center, El Poblado. A fishing village by day, once the sun comes down, this oceanfront promenade transforms into a bar-hopping spot, where street dancing and karaoke are the law of the land. So, grab your friends, wear your most tropical outfit, and don't end the night without trying a chichaíto, a strong shot made of anisette liqueur and rum. The next day, relax under the sun at either Combate, Buyé, or Boquerón beach.
For romantic sunsets and strolls on the beach, the undisputed winner is the town of Rincón, a surf mecca on Puerto Rico's west coast. After checking in at the intimate Tres Sirenas Beach Inn, go for a dip at nearby Steps beach and linger around for one of the best sunsets you'll ever witness. For dinner, Rincón has no shortage of options, from casual beach bars to fine-dining style cuisine. At Estela, you can enjoy a premium meal sourced from local ingredients, whereas Tamboo has everything you'd want from a beach bar— good food, drinks, and dancing. Close your sunny getaway with a surf lesson from Rincón Surf School.
Puerto Rico's capital, San Juan, has the perfect mix of history, culture, exciting gastronomy, and fun experiences! If you're ready to get your tan on, Ocean Park beach is waiting for you. But, if you like your vitamin sea mixed with some physical activity, then rent a paddleboard at the Condado Lagoon and show off your perfect balance with an insta-worthy shot. No trip to San Juan is complete without a visit to Old San Juan, the second oldest city in the Americas and a UNESCO World Heritage Centre. After walking through Old San Juan's colorful streets, you'll be ready for a delicious lunch at Princesa Cocina Creativa, where you can enjoy a refreshing rum drink in its enchanting outdoor patio. For a night of dancing and fun in San Juan, do as the locals do and head to the outdoor bars around La Placita. Have some more days to fill and love art? Plan a visit to the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, a space filled with the Island's best works of art. It's time to book your trip— we'll see you in the heart and soul of the Caribbean.
The east coast
Puerto Rico's east coast has the best of both worlds, with majestic mountains and postcard beaches. This side of the Island has plenty of accommodations, from small guesthouses like the Rainforest Inn to sprawling resorts like El Conquistador and the five-star St. Regis Bahía Beach Resort. Kickstart your trip with a hike through the only rainforest within the U.S. Forest System, El Yunque in Río Grande. Following your walk, you deserve to treat yourself to all kinds of Puerto Rican fritters at Los Kioskos de Luquillo, a roadside strip of restaurants that’s loved by the locals. The east coast is also home to one of Puerto Rico’s three bioluminescent bays, which means you must book a tour and experience first-hand the magic of water that glows at night. End your trip with a catamaran day trip to Icacos, a key off the coast of Fajardo where you can swim in crystal clear waters, snorkel, or simply bask under the glow of the Caribbean sun.