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Rich culture of this tropical Island

There are several distinctive attractions of this small island that make it one of the most desirable holiday destinations. Apart from the natural environs embracing the wonderful rivers, lakes and a great variety of plants and animals, one may find all sorts of modern ways of entertainment in the form of gambling zones, night clubs, cruises, art and architecture, etc.

The lovers of art can get the detailed information about Puerto Rican art and culture into the Art Museum in San Juan.


Expect daytime highs in the low 80 F and overnight lows near 70 F in the winter months, and highs in the upper 80s with lows in the mid-70s in the summer. Most rain occurs during the period from May to November than during the winter and early spring.

Hurricane season begins on June 1 and ends on November 30, peaking in mid-September and tropical storms occasionally form in May and January.


The island is around 90 miles wide in the east-west direction and 30 miles wide between the north and south coasts. During your Puerto Rico travel, you’ll find most of the interior is mountainous. San Juan, Puerto Rico's capital, is located on the north side of the island.

The tallest mountain is in the center of the island, Cerro de Punta, which is 4,389 feet high. About 8% of the land is arable for agriculture. Droughts and hurricanes are the major natural hazards.


As an island’s natural resource, it has a coastline of 311 miles, Puerto Rico shares no borders with other nations. San Juan, the capital, is located on the northeastern shore of the main island; there are also 3 small islands included: Vieques and Culebra to the east and Mona to the west. So, take your Puerto Rico flights now and escape into an ultimate holiday destination.