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3 Reasons to Still Travel to Puerto Rico During Hurricane Season

The Caribbean islands are battling hurricane season and just experienced Hurricane Irma. Fortunately the island of Puerto Rico despite its size, was practically spared in comparison to the others islands. Undeterred by the tons of debris pickup and extended power outage, Puerto Rico has again proven its ability to come together and stay calm during a time of crisis. With June 1 to December 1 as the official dates hurricane season, should this deter you from coming to Puerto Rico during this timeframe? And, even if a hurricane doesn't ...

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Hurricane Season: Stay Prepared

Whether you live in Puerto Rico or just visiting, chances are you may experience a Hurricane warning at some point. The hurricane season for the Caribbean is deemed June 1 to December 1. But if you're lucky, and if history repeats itself, the Hurricane warning will end up fading into a tropical storm and not cause much damage. However, you can't always depend on previous years and you must always expect the worst. But what if there is a hurricane? What do you do? Where do you go? For the most part, many of the buildings and homes are ...

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Show Island Pride: Help Keep Puerto Rico Clean

Many of the industries in Puerto Rico have been declining. The number of individuals moving off the island is astronomical. But one industry that is doing well is tourism. Not only are we continuously bringing people to this magical island, but we are resurrecting our own love for it. Or, are we? As internal tourism increases with the re-emergence of the love of the bandera (flag) with various social media campaigns like #78PueblosY1Bandera, people of all ages have begun to find places in Puerto Rico they never knew existed; never dared ...

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Visit Puerto Rico as a Responsible Traveler

Be considerate to the island and the locals you meet. Puerto Rico is a unique gem and should not be compared to any other place you’ve traveled. Experience the island with a fresh perspective.  Shopping Bags. Many stores no longer offer plastic bags and are becoming eco-friendly. So there’s no surprise at the check-out line, bring or purchase your own reusable shopping bag. Support Tourism. Many of the guides in Puerto Rico are certified in tourism. They are knowledgeable of the island’s history and the safest places to visit. ...

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