Puerto Rico Vacation Packages
Things To Do In Puerto Rico
- Historic Old San Juan Slide 1 of 3: Puerto Rico offers a world of possibilities on one Caribbean island. The island’s charm and way of life will inspire you to return.
- Beaches Slide 2 of 3: Experience kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, and more than nearly 300 world-class beaches in Puerto Rico.
- Bioluminescent Bays Slide 3 of 3: Puerto Rico boasts three of the world's five bioluminescent bays, with the brightest in Vieques — commonly known as Mosquito Bay.
Stay: On the eastern coast of Puerto Rico at El Conquistador Resort, where you can spread out in spacious rooms or enjoy family fun at Coqui Water Park.
Must See: Exotic flora and fauna on an El Yunque Rain Forest Tour, a U.S. National Park.
Don’t Miss: Onsite resort adventures, from world-class golfing and luxurious spa treatments to horseback-riding and watersports.
Do Try: Plantain-inspired dishes of mofongo, a Puerto Rican take on mashed potatoes, or pastelon, similar to lasagna.
Stay: Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, a 1,400-acre oasis of serenity less than an hour from San Juan.
Must See: Storied cobblestone streets and the rum-making process on an Old San Juan & Bacardi Rum Distillery Tour.
Don’t Miss: Biking the trails throughout your oceanfront resort before indulging in a spa treatment in the Treehouse.
Do Try: Refreshing cocktails (with a side of dancing) at La Factoria on a night out in Old San Juan.
This is just a taste of all you can see, do and try in San Juan. Go ahead, start booking a vacation that fits your style perfectly with the freedom to choose from great hotels and exciting tours.
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Get to know the capital city of San Juan by exploring Old San Juan’s Spanish colonial streets. Visit a 16th-century citadel that’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site, then reward yourself with a tasty BACARDÍ® rum tour.
Less than a two-hour drive from San Juan, Ponce, is a major cosmopolitan hub in the southern region of Puerto Rico. Visit museums like Museo de Arte de Ponce and Castillo Serrallés, and see colorful landmarks of colonial and European architecture, including el Parque de Bombas and la Cruceta del Vigía.Puerto Rico's southern region is comprised of 11 towns that offer visitors remote beaches nestled up to the calm waters of the Caribbean and marinas for boating excursions. This area is a natural destination for outdoor recreation such as water excursions and sightseeing.
Puerto Rico's enchanting east region offers secluded beaches, tropical cays, and a legendary rainforest. This region of the Island—comprising 15 towns and two small islands—offers a great combination of coastal and inland life with tranquil beaches, diverse towns, upscale resorts, great museums, botanical gardens, art galleries, roadside chinchorros, and upscale restaurants. Less than an hour from San Juan is El Yunque National Forest, one of Puerto Rico's greatest natural and cultural treasures.
Catch some waves and laidback vibes in Puerto Rico's capital of surfing and sunsets—the west region. Home to some of the best beaches on the Island, the west region is the undisputed surfing capital of Puerto Rico – and the Caribbean – and features the best sunsets on the Island. Do not miss the town of Rincón and iconic beaches like María’s beach and Domes.
In Puerto Rico’s central mountains region you can find caves, plains, canyons and rivers, making this region a great destination for adventures of all kinds. Orocovis, one of the biggest towns in central Puerto Rico, is home to Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park, which boasts the longest ziplines in the Americas and the longest bike cable in the world.
You’ll find a wide variety of shopping in Puerto Rico. Whether you’re searching for souvenirs, locally-made hand-crafted items, or major brands, you can peruse and purchase from malls, outlet stores, designer boutiques, and locally-owned shops.
Entertainment is everywhere in Old San Juan, Condado and Isla Verde — ranging from hot Latin dance clubs to cool jazz spots. Nothing complements good music better than good food. Savor delicious local specialties, such as asopao (a traditional stew) and mofongo (a unique dish made with mashed plantains and topped with meat). Look for restaurants displaying the Mesones Gastronomicos sign, signaling that they offer the best in local specialties at reasonable prices. If you like piña colada, a sweet mix of coconut cream, pineapple juice, white rum, and ice, you should know this famous tropical drink was invented in Puerto Rico. And for more amazing cocktails, don't forget to visit La Factoria in Old San Juan, one of the World's Top 50 Best Bars.
Delta Vacations vacation packages include round-trip airfare aboard Delta to Luis Munoz Marin International Airport (SJU). Round-trip transfers from the airport to select hotels are available for purchase.
To take full advantage of all there is to see in this region, you can rent a car with us. Reach Porta Caribe by flying into San Juan and renting a car, then take the PR-52 freeway southwest to the historic city of Ponce, a 1-1/2 hour drive.
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