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Why travel to Puerto Rico 2


The Rum
Puerto Rico is one of the biggest and best rum-producing nations in the world. Rum is the national drink, and you can buy it in almost any shade. Puerto Rico is the world’s leading rum producer; 80% of the rum consumed in the United States hails from the island.

The Bioluminescent Bays
There is a counted number bioluminescent bays in the entire world. Puerto Rico is home three bioluminescent bays. Mosquito Bay in Vieques, Laguna Grande in Fajardo and La Bahía Fosforescente in La Parguera. Mosquito Bay was officially declared the brightest recorded in the world by Guinness Book of World Records 2008.
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The Roast Pig
Find a roadside stand where whole pigs are roasted. Order a plate full of our popular and unforgetaable “lechón asado”, toss a Medalla light and arroz con gandules and plantains and you will be in heaven. A real delicacy, prepared over natural wood charcoal and seasoned with salt, pepper, oregano, garlic and ajíes dulces. The skin is very crisp and the meat is fall-off-the-bone-tender. There is no wonder why this is the national dish of Puerto Rico and is festively presented at holidays and family occasions.

The Music
Puerto Rican music has become very popular, genres include bomba, plena, and seis, while more modern innovations include the fusion reggaeton, also Puerto Rican calypso, reggae, and soca.

A Great Location and Easy to Get To
Puerto Rico is just a short plan ride away from many major US cities, who offer direct daily flights. Once you get here, getting around the island is easy, hop on a car in any direction and within 3 hours you would hit the farthest point.

The Nature and Adventure
Puerto Rico has unspoiled nature and beautiful landscapes. From exotic white sand beaches to unbelievable rain forest and mountains to underground caves and bioluminescent bays. Amazing experiences abound in Puerto Rico.

The Golf
Puerto Rico has more golf courses than any other Caribbean island, more than 20 championship golf courses designed by the biggest names.

The Food
Known as the “Dining Capital of the Caribbean”, Puerto Rican cuisine promises to satisfy your taste buds with an interesting and exotic blend of flavors.

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