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Welcome Visitors

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That’s the message from tourism officials and hospitality executives, who emphasize that virtually the entire island is operating at the new normal levels; from the airport to the tours and resorts. All we have to do is follow some simple rules:

Social distancing (6 ft.), wear a mask to every enclosed area or when near other people, unless seated at a dining establishment. Capacity for establishments such as stores, brick and mortar businesses, transportation & tour services all have limited capacity in order to keep enough space in between visitors. It can’t be said enough how important it is to keep health and cleanliness standards, especially your hands. Masks are required and temperature checking and bottled hand sanitizer are posted at every entrance, be it a restaurant, hotel, store, mall, etc. it can be repetitive but a small inconvenience considering the alternative.

In December of 2020, Puerto Rico was hit by an onslaught of trip cancellations after the reported COVID cases hit its 4% recommended allowance for cases in hospital beds. The culprit pretty much closed the beaches, due to it being the number one gathering place for family and friends on the island. That has passed now, and after spending our holidays at home, we highly recommend you don’t let your guard down, just because you are outside.

Although we have yet to let things get out of hand, once here, the airport does require you register for scheduled text check-ins to monitor your health while on the island, but really, the airlines are the ones doing the due diligence, demanding pre boarding testing. The hotels and Airbnb’s are also requiring negative Covid-19 test results documentation in order to check-in. All of this is part of our new normal and nothing you wouldn’t find anywhere else you may travel to.

Puerto Rico is an accessible tropical Caribbean destination and an easy plane ride away from much of the U.S. mainland – often just three or four hours to the beautiful year-round climate and since it’s a U.S. territory, no passports are required. Visitors zip through the airport and are quickly on their way. There’s no currency to exchange, and pretty much everyone in the tourism industry speaks and understands English, an official language along with Spanish. You don’t even need an international calling plan for your cell phone!

The weather here is sunny and in the low 80s, the skies are blue, and the golf courses in beautiful shape. The east coast of Puerto Rico is home to numerous beachfront resorts, top-rated golf courses, and El Yunque, the only tropical rainforest in the U.S.

We offer recommendations, options and helpful services knowing as we do the island and the wonders it contains. Get a preview at We welcome you with open arms and will assist you in every way to make your stay a memorable one.

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