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18 Weekly Flights from Puerto Rico to Tortola with interCaribbean

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interCaribbean Airways is pleased to announce a major increase in air service to commence double daily services effective from December 19th, 2016 and triple daily 4 times a week. This new AM and PM services give the opportunity for business and leisure travelers in the British Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico to visit for a day, and be home in …

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Things to Know BEFORE You Go to Puerto Rico

Essential Information US, Canadian and EU visitors will not find any Caribbean island which requires an entry visa, although US visitors require special permission to visit Cuba. Travel insurance is recommended for any trip to the Caribbean, particularly emergency evacuation coverage in case airlift is required. Check also that insurance policies cover so-called dangerous activities such as scuba diving. PUERTO …

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How to Get to Puerto Rico

Airports and airlines: 2 1⁄2 hours from Miami. Luis Muñoz Marín (LMM) is the busiest airport in the Caribbean. Isla Grande airport for flights to Vieques and Culebra. Island served by AA, JetBlue, Spirit, Southwest. LIAT flies regional routes. Cruise ports: San Juan is one of the Caribbean’s most important cruise ports, served by Carnival, Celebrity, Holland American, Norwegian, Princess, …

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How to Get Around Puerto Rico

Some visitors might find driving in Puerto Rico relatively dangerous, and tolls are payable on most highways. Pick up a rental car from the airport and at the resorts. You must be at least 21, possibly 25, and will need to leave a major credit card. The island’s minibuses, known as públicos, have yellow license plates marked with a P …

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Where to Stay in Puerto Rico

13,000 rooms, 65% occupancy. Overview Plenty of brand-name resorts around San Juan, including the Ritz-Carlton, Hyatt, Hilton, Wyndham, Sheraton, and InterContinental mean visitors can enjoy impeccable standards of dining and services on some of the best beaches. Deals Look out for resorts which offer free accommodation for children staying in the parents’ room, and scour the booking websites for last-minute …

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What to Eat & Drink in Puerto Rico

At the top end, Caribbean dining stands toe to toe with anything on offer in major North American or European cities, not least because a trail of renowned chefs have made their way to the Caribbean to take charge of restaurants in the luxury resorts. The real joy, however, is discovering those unannounced roadside stalls and beach bars where the …

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Where to Go in Puerto Rico

Few sights shout Puerto Rico as potently as El Morro fort in Old San Juan, an easy walk from the main hotels clustered around the capital. If you only have a day on the island, the old city will not disappoint, with a collection of historic buildings, upmarket restaurants and craft shopping within easy reach. For longer stays, it’s worth …

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