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Puerto Rico Group Tours for Solo Travelers

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Puerto Rico

Why Travel Solo To Puerto Rico?

A US territory with a tropical twist, Puerto Rico beckons with neon bays, sprawling Spanish forts and an energy that pulses throughout the entire island.

Stroll through 500 years of history In the capital, San Juan, where sleek skyscrapers and glitzy shopping malls are juxtaposed with narrow cobblestone streets and elegant colonial buildings. Explore the only rainforest in the United States at El Yunque National Forest, and experience the breathtaking phenomenon of bioluminescence in magical Mosquito Bay. (Of the five bio bays in the world, Puerto Rico has three of them.)

Throughout the island, you’ll find sizzling cuisine infused with Spanish, African and indigenous Taino flavors, vibrant nightlife pulsing to the beats of salsa and bomba, and genuinely friendly locals who will welcome you to share their Boricua culture. Add to that sunkissed Caribbean beaches, clear turquoise water and fresh piña coladas and you’ve got yourself the perfect tropical escape – with a difference.

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Top places to visit in Puerto Rico

Old San Juan

Unesco-listed for its twisting cobblestone streets, grand pastel colonial architecture & Spanish military forts dating to the 16th and 17th centuries, Old San Juan is like traveling back in time. Be sure to stop by the imposing El Morro citadel, the neoclassical San Juan Cathedral and the grand Fortaleza palace.

Mosquito Bay

Of Puerto Rico’s three bioluminescent bays, Mosquito Bay on Vieques Island is considered the brightest, thanks to its shallow depth, high temperature, low circulation and high nutrients. Kayaking, swimming or taking a boat trip across the glowing lagoon under a star-studded sky is nothing short of magical.

El Yunque National Forest

The only rainforest in the US National Forest System, El Yunque (named after the Taíno god, Yúcahu) boasts nearly 29,000 acres of lush mountainous terrain. The park is scattered with waterfalls, rivers, towering trees & bamboo groves, and crisscrossed with hiking trails opening up to spectacular ocean views.

Flamenco Beach

This mile-long horseshoe-shaped bay on Culebra Island regularly appears on ‘world’s best beaches’ lists. The arc of pristine white sand, backed by low scrub and trees, is named for the nearby lagoon, which attracts flamingos in winter. The crystalline turquoise water is ideal for swimming and snorkelling.

Trips to Puerto Rico

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5 Days in Puerto Rico

Tropical Puerto Rico

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Puerto Rico Facts

What's the national language?

Spanish and English

What's the currency?

US dollar



Top three activities

1. Take a bomba dance lesson
2. Kayak through a bioluminescent bay
3. Learn to cook mofongo

Top five dishes to try

1. Mofongo – deep-fried mashed plantains
2. Lechón asado – roast suckling pig
3. Arroz con gandules – rice with pigeon peas
4. Asopao de pollo – chicken noodle soup
5. Alcapurrias – stuffed fried fritters

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Average temp in high season

What's the weather like?

Puerto Rico has a tropical climate, with warm temperatures year-round, averaging 77-86°F (25-30°C). The rainy season is May to October, with occasional hurricanes between June and November. The island enjoys plenty of sunshine and is prone to occasional short-lived showers.

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