The ancient stone walls rise majestically above the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, simultaneously towering over the harbor entrance and casting their silhouette into the colonial city of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Tunnels and staircases wind through the interior, leading back to the time when the fort provided the keystone to protection of the Spanish Empire that spread across the Caribbean.
Puerto Rico might be a small island, but it is surrounded by more than 270 miles of beautiful coastline. And it’s not just the quantity of beaches that’s impressive. Spend the day relaxing just taking in the beauty of white sand and turquoise water. It’s no wonder why a few of them have been recognized as the best in the world.
Come explore the new Bacardí Visitor Center. Learn about the past, present and future of the world’s most awarded rum and spirit. Relive the history and see how Bacardí evolved from being a small rum manufacturer to becoming the Untamable Spirit that it is today.
Ask anyone about what they consider a “Must See” while visiting Puerto Rico and they will most likely say Old San Juan. That is because this old historic city offers so much. There is literally something for everyone: beautiful views (great for photographers), architecture, restaurants, art, museums, shopping, history, sculptures, people-watching, music, dance, bars and nightclubs.
The El Yunque National Forest is the only tropical rain forest in the national forest system. At nearly 29,000 acres, it is one of the smallest in size, yet one of the most biologically diverse of the national forests hosting hundreds of animal and plant species, some of which are found only here.
Puerto Rico boosts some amazing championship golf courses, including Coco Beach home of the Puerto Rico Open on the PGA Tour, the amazing TPC Dorado Beach and what has been dubbed The Pebble Beach Of The Caribbean, Royal Isabela. With exceptional courses like these you better book a couple extra days.
July 9-13, 2017