Tourist Information

Visiting Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico has plenty to offer both the casual tourist and the adventure seeker. You may choose to book your travel through a local travel agent and stay at one of the many luxury resorts such as El Conquistador in Fajardo, The El San Juan in Isla Verde or the new W Hotel in Vieques. Perhaps a small chic boutique hotel such as The San Juan Water and Beach Club is more to your liking. There are choices for every taste and style available in the San Juan Metropolitan area. Visit our Accommodations page for more information.

For the real taste of Puerto Rico you may want to consider some "Do IT Yourself" adventures and stay at one of the government sanctioned Paradors located throughout the island. Take advantage of all that the Porta Caribe and Porta del Sol areas have to offer. Plan a surfing adventure in Rincón, camping in Guánica, rent a car and travel the Panoramic Route that runs east to west through the center of the island. These are just a few examples, contact the Tourist Information Centers listed in the table below for more information. Puerto Rico is so much more than San Juan.

Tourist Information Centers

Location Telephone
Adjuntas (787) 829-3310
Rafael Hernández International Airport
Ave. Ing. Orlando Alarcón Rodas Edif 405
Antigua Base Ramey, PR 00604
(787) 890-3315
Añasco (787) 826-3100 x 204
Artisan / Cultural Affairs (787) 724-0700
Cabo Rojo
Galeria 100
Carr 100 Km. 6.6
Cabo Rojo, PR 00623
(787) 851-7015
Caguas (787) 851-7015
Camuy (787) 898-1556
Calle Pedro Márquez
Culebra, PR 00775
(787) 742-1033
Dorado (787) 796-5740
Fajardo (787) 863-4013 x 287
Guánica (787) 821-4343
Isabela (787) 872-6400
Isla Verde (LMM Airport between Terminals B & D) (787) 791-1014
Jayuya (787) 828-0900
Lajas (La Parguera) (787) 899-1335
Le Lo Lai Festival (787) 721-2400 x 3901
Location Telephone
Luquillo (787) 889-2525
Mayagüez (787) 833-1650
Naguabo (787) 874-0169
Old San Juan
Edificio Ochoa
Calle Tanca #500
(787) 722-1709
Regional Office Porta Caribe
Calle Villa #122 Local B
Ponce, PR 00730
(787) 290-2911
Porta Caribe (787) 284-4913
Porta del Sol, North (787) 890-3315
Porta del Sol, South (787) 851-7015
Puerto Rico Tourism Company (787) 721-2400
Rincón (787) 823-5024
San Germán (787) 892-3790
San Juan (787) 721-6363
Tourism Company Information (800) 866-7827
Tourist Transportation (787) 253-0418
Tourist Information Center
Antonio Rivera Rodríguez Airport
PR-200, Km. 2.6
Vieques, PR 00765
(787) 741-0800

When to visit Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico has a mild Tropical Marine Climate all year long. Temperatures average around 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The best time to go is from December through April, which is after the rainy and hurricane seasons. Temperatures are considerably cooler than in the summer months and a lot less rainy. However, this is considered high season so prices and crowds increase.

What to bring when you visit Puerto Rico

No passport is required if you are a United States Citizen visiting Puerto Rico. The island is one of the most developed in the Caribbean; you will find most of the food, medicine and clothing items that you are familiar with. Currency is the United States Dollar, ATM’s can be found everywhere, signs for these units will read "ATH".

  • A passport if you are not a United States Citizen
  • A valid international or state side drivers license if you are planning on renting a car
  • Prescription medicine or a prescription to refill. Walgreen’s’ Pharmacies are found all over the island
  • A Spanish phrasebook if you plan on spending time away from the San Juan Metropolitan Area
  • Sun Block and a good pair of Sunglasses
  • Comfortable walking shoes and appropriate tropical clothing. It might be a good idea to bring a sweater or light jacket if you are susceptible to cold, malls, office buildings and some restaurants have excellent air conditioning.
  • Some dressy clothing if you plan to enjoy the hot San Juan Nightlife
  • Your camera
tourist information, no passport required for u.s. citizens