One of the northernmost islands in the Caribbean, Puerto Rico is aptly named. “Rico” is Spanish for “rich,” and this island is positively overflowing with natural riches. First settled sone 4,000 years ago, the island has a rich history as well.
Sparkling beaches wrap around the main island’s forests and towns, and cover the many smaller surrounding islands. Only two of these islands are populated permanently, meaning there’s plenty of unspoiled paradise for you to discover.
“U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR’s) who travel directly between parts of the United States, which includes Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Swains Island and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), without touching at a foreign port or place, are not required to present a valid U.S. Passport or U.S. Green Card.
However, it is recommended that travelers bring a government issued photo ID and copy of birth certificate.
It also is recommended that you carry proof of your LPR status as all times in the event you are asked to prove your status. This may be in the form of a green card or passport.” – U.S. Customs and Border Protection
If you are a U.S Citizen or LPR flying to Puerto Rico by way of a foreign country, you will need a valid passport.
Travelers from other parts of the world will need a passport, but a visa is not necessary for short trips.
Day 1: Transfer San Juan Airport – Puerto Del Rey Marina.
Day 2: Puerto Del Rey Marina – Culebra (Ensenada)
Day 3: Ensenada (Day Sail) – Culebrita – Las Pelas (overnight anchorage)
Day 4: Las Pelas – Cayo Luis Pena (Day Sail) – back to Las Pelas
Day 5: Las Pelas – Dakiti (overnight anchorage)
Day 6: Dakiti – Palomino / Icacos Islands (overnight anchorage)
Day 7: Palomino (Early morning sailing) back to Puerto Del Rey Marina. Disembarkation.
Puerto del Rey Fajardo 00735, Puerto Rico Tel: +1 787-860-1000
Getting There The closest international airport is Luis Muñoz Marín airport located about an hour away from Puerto del Rey. The airport has rental cars and taxis for your convenience.
Currency USD ($)
Restaurants Puerto del Rey features a bar/restaurant called Cueva Del Mar. Enjoy a great meal on the water with a beautiful view.
Commercial Centers Puerto del Rey also has a deli and market for your convenience. Products include Boar’s Head fresh meats and cheeses, dips and fresh salads, dairy products, fresh fruits and vegetables, wine, champagne, spirits, beer, mixers, juice, cleaning products for boating and general grocery items.
Other Puerto del Rey also has many on site amenities. These include laundry, pump out, golf cart transport (contact via VHF 71), ice, fuel, free Wi-Fi, free cable TV, heliport, US Customs on site, free showers, concierge service, a marine store, and a game room, which is coming soon.