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5 Reasons to Plan a Rincon Puerto Rico Wedding

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Every bride wants her wedding day to stand out from the rest, and what better way to create a memorable celebration of your blessed union than to hold your wedding on a beautiful tropical island, with palm trees, blue skies and the Caribbean Sea as your natural backdrop? Not only has Puerto Rico (the West coast in particular) become a popular vacation spot for Americans over the years, but the island is also the perfect location for a destination wedding, whether you have your heart set on an outdoor beach wedding or a black-tie affair. And if the palm trees, coconuts and pristine water isn’t enough to convince you, check out our top five reasons for planning a wedding in Rincon Puerto Rico…   1. You don’t need a passport. One major setback in planning a destination wedding is that any foreign country and many Caribbean islands (like Aruba and Barbados) require visitors to carry a passport, which could prove to be a major headache for wedding guests who don’t already have one on hand. Since Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory, guests traveling from the United States do not have to show a passport to get onto or off […]

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Western Puerto Rico is the Best Choice for a Quick Getaway

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When you’re planning a spur-of-the-moment getaway, whether it’s for the weekend or a week, the things you’re most often looking for are: convenience, a good weather forecast, ease of travel and, ultimately, a place where you can get in, enjoy yourself, and get out without spending too much time on planning or traveling. Puerto Rico offers all these things and more, and the Caribbean island’s Western coast is one of the absolute best spots to spend a quick getaway this fall or winter. Some of our top reasons are below:   1.      The weather is beautiful. Known as “Porta del Sol,” or “Doorway to the Sun,” Western Puerto Rico has some of the best weather around, with balmy, blue skies for miles and temps in the 80’s pretty much year-round. Some days you may get light rain showers in the afternoon, but they typically last only an hour or so, and actually offer some pretty relaxing background noise perfect for a quick cat nap.     2.      Ease of travel. When it comes to convenience, it’s certainly hard to beat how easy it is to travel to Puerto Rico. There are direct flights to San Juan from nearly every major […]

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Rincon Puerto Rico: The Best-Kept Secret of the Caribbean

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Look at a map of Puerto Rico, and in the northwestern corner of the Caribbean island you’ll see a tiny elbow of land that juts out into the sea, just north of Mayagüez and south of Aguadilla. That’s where you’ll find Rincon, a small, laid-back surf town that caters to hundreds of thousands of tourists every year, yet somehow manages to remain a hidden gem, the perfect place for a tropical retreat, whether you’re traveling solo, as a couple, or with a group of family members or friends. So, if you’re thinking of escaping the hum-drum of daily life this year, and booking a much-needed trip to the Caribbean, mark Rincon Puerto Rico as your destination!     Getting to Rincon Puerto Rico   Even though Rincon Puerto Rico has been on the surfing map since the World Surfing Championship was held at Domes and Maria’s Beaches in 1968, the surf haven remains the Caribbean’s best-kept secret, a far-flung tropical paradise with all the conveniences of home. Being a U.S. territory, you don’t need a passport to travel to Puerto Rico, and once you get there, you can use your American dollars as freely as you would anywhere in the […]

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Five Reasons You Should Book a Trip to Puerto Rico this Fall

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It may certainly feel like an island getaway in a remote destination, but traveling to Puerto Rico is actually easier than you think. The tropical island is just a few hours by plane from the East Coast of the United States, where the weather is guaranteed to be a whole lot colder this winter, compared to the Caribbean. Plus, airfare to Puerto Rico is affordable on most airlines, and some will fly you directly to Aguadilla, which is just 30 minutes from Rincon Puerto Rico, where all the action is. So what are you waiting for?? Here are the top five reasons you should go online today and book your trip to Western Puerto Rico this fall or winter:   1. You don’t need a passport. That’s right, all you need to do is book a flight, hop on the plane and deboard in a tropical paradise. Since Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory, flights to the Caribbean island are considered domestic, and so you don’t need a passport to fly there from the U.S. That means no long lines at the passport office, no three-week wait for your passport to arrive, and no customs or immigration forms to fill […]

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Find Your Adventure in Western PR this Summer!

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Are you up for an adventure this summer? Puerto Rico’s balmy weather, breathtaking sunsets and crystal clear waters attract travelers from all over the world, but it’s the myriad adventure tours and watersports that truly set the island apart from other vacation destinations. Western Puerto Rico in particular has become one of the most popular travel destinations in the Caribbean, especially among adrenaline junkies in search of their next big thrill. From snorkeling tours to zipline adventures, surfing lessons, horseback riding tours and deep sea fishing charters, there are plenty of activities in Western Puerto Rico to choose from, whether you prefer to get your feet wet or stay on dry land. The following are some of our top picks for fun and adventurous activities in Puerto Rico:   Bioluminescent Bay Tour – The bioluminescent bay tour is by far one of the most memorable activities in Puerto Rico, and the trip is fun for the whole family, whether you’re traveling with a group of adults or young children. The “bioluminescence” you’ll see in the bay during this tour is a chemical spark of light produced by a population of tiny microorganisms called dinoflagellates, which produce bright blue, green and […]

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Top 5 Best Beaches on Puerto Rico’s Western Coast

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There’s a reason Puerto Rico’s Western coast is called Porta del Sol, or “doorway to the sun;” the region is famous for its beautiful beaches, stunning sunsets, tranquil turquoise waters, colorful reefs with active marine life, and surf breaks with waves reaching heights of twenty feet or more. The ideal beach vacation destination, Porta del Sol offers guests that laid-back beach town feel, without the crowds and high-rise hotels you typically find at other more developed tourism hot spots.   The best part about Western Puerto Rico is that each region offers something different in the way of scenery, amenities, family-friendly activities and atmosphere. Reaching from Quebradillas and Isabela, around to Rincon and Mayaguez, and down to Hormigueros and Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico’s Western coast boasts a variety of different areas to visit, each with its own beachy identity. Thinking about planning a trip to Western Puerto Rico? The following are the top five best beaches on the Caribbean island’s West coast.   Tres Palmas Marine Reserve/Steps Beach – Rincon, Puerto Rico Steps Beach in Rincon PR is home to the Tres Palmas Marine Reserve, a protected stand of elkhorn corals and active marine life that became the first marine […]

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