Puerto Rico, the Island of Enchantment, or in Spanish, “la isla del encanto,” is known for being one of the most important tourist destinations in the Caribbean. According to Business Insider, Puerto Rico is one of the best destinations for single people as the San Juan Puerto Rico nightlife is one of the most thriving and exciting in the Caribbean. Historically, the city has been a melting pot where American, African and Latin rhythms fuse. You can hear jazz, salsa and rock in several clubs around the same street or sometimes, music will spontaneously erupt around you. San Juan has many things to do and we recommend trying as many places as you can in order to truly immerse yourself in the city’s active nightlife.
When the sun goes down, the Island of Enchantment party. We’re not only talking about the Island’s many bars and clubs; we’re also talking about enjoying the country’s nature with boat rides in a bioluminescent bay, or kayak tours under the moonlight.
Puerto Rico is one of those places where you can experience almost anything you want. Among the Island’s greatest assets are perfect beaches filled with warm and white sand, rain forests with luscious vegetation, lots of landmarks and historical places, great cultural places like Ponce’s Museum of Art and a thriving nightlife, from outdoor cafes to nightclubs and lounges. However, if this doesn’t convince you, remember that Puerto Rico has the Caribbean’s only ice skating rink.
Having a night out is a pleasure in Puerto Rico, If you’re a foodie or just want to try some good local food, you shouldn’t miss PR’s varied offerings. Puerto Rican cuisine is a mix of Spanish, African and indigenous flavors that will surely seduce your palate. Outside of San Juan, you can find everything from street vendors to high end resorts and restaurants of International fame. Just don’t forget to eat some arroz con pollo. You won’t regret it.
As we said, not everything in PR is nightlife and dancing, San Juan also has a significant amount of cultural places for you to visit. Old San Juan has some of the most beautiful colonial architecture in the Caribbean. Places like San Felipe del Morro Castle give you a privileged view of the island’s coastline; and if you are inspired, you can feel how experiencing San Juan a few hundred years ago would have been.
Whether you’re single, married or just having a vacation with your significant other, Puerto Rico is filled with options for you to enjoy. Not only San Juan, but the rest of the island hosts many things to do that locals and tourists alike discover and enjoy. As a land of contrasts where many cultures meet, Puerto Rico’s ever changing nature can surely enthrall you.