The water quality is overseen by the US government, so theoretically it’s fine. We ourselves had no problem drinking the water when we were in Puerto Rico after the hurricane. If you have a very soft stomach, you may want bottled—but again, we had no problem at all.Dec 16, 2020
Puerto Rico is pretty safe for women travelers if you exercise some simple safety precautions and use your common sense as you would back home such as not leaving your valuables unattended and not wandering around poorly lit areas at night. Some may experience verbal harassment.
Puerto Rico relaxes COVID curfew, reopens beaches but bans alcohol in certain public spaces. Pedro Pierluisi stressed alcohol will be banned at beaches and other places, and that social distancing is required between people who are not family members, with no large groups allowed to gather.Jan 6, 2021
Its wide ocean front and expanse of sand makes for good swimming, while trade winds along this part of the coast create a popular spot for kite and wind surfing. Many beaches in Puerto Rico are relatively secluded and quiet, but Ocean Park is lively, attracting a mix of both straight and gay beach-goers.Mar 21,…
But it is possible. There are three Puerto Rico resorts that do offer all-inclusive options (with both food and drinks covered), spread out across the island but all boasting name-brand recognition. And the all-inclusive package, which starts at less than $270 per person, is a great way to experience it all.Feb 13, 2017
A: If you’re a United States citizen, you do NOT need a passport to go to Puerto Rico. Since Puerto Rico is a US territory, all you need is the same identification you use to fly anywhere else in the country. Just one of the many reasons traveling to Puerto Rico is easy.