Puerto Rico Vacation Packages
Explore Puerto Rico
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- Historic Old San Juan Slide 1 of 3: San Juan's historic center, Old San Juan, features rows of colorful 16th- and 17th-century buildings lining streets filled with superb restaurants and shops.
- Luquillo Beach Slide 2 of 3: The cold refreshments, tasty local foods and the cool breezes are equally delightful at this popular beach spot.
- Bioluminescent Bays Slide 3 of 3: Puerto Rico boasts three world-famous bioluminescent bays, with the brightest in Vieques — commonly known as Mosquito Bay.
Get to know the capital city of San Juan by exploring Old San Juan’s Spanish colonial streets. Visit a 16th-century citadel that’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site, then reward yourself with a tasty BACARDÍ® rum tour.
Porta del Sol draws surfers, windsurfers and remote beach lovers from around the world, while nature lovers thrive in the Guanica Dry Forest. Plus, there are 21 golf courses available across the island to practice your swing.
The southern region of Puerto Rico is less than a two-hour drive, and is a rarely explored area of the island known as Porta Caribe. Here, you’ll find the architecturally rich city of Ponce, which is this area’s major cosmopolitan hub.
An hour east of Ponce, bird-watchers, hikers and outdoor enthusiasts can explore the great outdoors at Carite Forest Reserve — a 6,000-acre reserve with a dwarf forest. Toro Negro Forest Reserve & Lake Guineo, north of Ponce, challenges hikers with adventurous peaks to climb and winding trails amid 7,000 acres of luxuriant trees and rushing headwaters.
Across San Juan, you’ll find excellent prices on china, crystal, clothing fashions and jewelry, as well as hand-rolled cigars and handmade lace from Aguadilla.
Entertainment is everywhere in Old San Juan, Condado and Isla Verde — ranging from hot Latin dance clubs to cool jazz spots. Nothing complements good music better than good food. Savor delicious local specialties, such as asopao (a traditional stew) and mofongo (a unique dish made with mashed plantains and topped with meat). Look for restaurants displaying the Mesones Gastronomicos sign, signaling that they offer the best in local specialties at reasonable prices. If you like piña colada, a sweet mix of coconut cream, pineapple juice, white rum, and ice, you should know this famous tropical drink was invented in Puerto Rico.
Delta Vacations vacation packages include round-trip airfare aboard Delta to Luis Munoz Marin International Airport (SJU). Round-trip transfers from the airport to select hotels are available for purchase.
To take full advantage of all there is to see in this region, you can rent a car with us. Reach Porta Caribe by flying into San Juan and renting a car, then take the PR-52 freeway southwest to the historic city of Ponce, a 1-1/2 hour drive.