Guide for Travel to Puerto Rico & the offshore islands of Vieques & Culebra
This page will give you information on all the options available for getting to Puerto Rico by plane, cruise ships, and ferry to the offshore islands.
Airports in Puerto Rico
Most travel guides lead you to the San Juan International Airport, but there are more airports in Puerto Rico with daily flights from various cities in the USA. Our guide will help you find the best airport option for your travel needs, you may even find cheaper flights by flying to smaller airports.
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Cruise Ports in Puerto Rico
Cruising is an excellent way to see various islands in one vacation, and hundreds of cruise ships include our beautiful San Juan Bay port as part of the itinerary, some end sail in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Seasoned cruisers instead of flying, decide to cruise to San Juan as a way to save money on travel to Puerto Rico.
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Puerto Rico Ferries
There are ferries for residents and visitors located in the town of Ceiba on the east coast of Puerto Rico offering travel to the offshore islands of Vieques and Culebra.
From Santo Domingo, the capital city of the Dominican Republic there is a ferry traveling to the municipality of Mayaguez (on the west coast of Puerto Rico).
Transfers from San Juan to Ceiba Ferry Terminal (Vieques & Culebra)
Getting to the offshore islands of Vieques & Culebra
Puerto Rico has a very quiet side, the offshore islands of Vieques & Culebra. To get there you have the option of taking the ferry from Fajardo or a short flight from the airports of San Juan, Isla Grande, or Ceiba.
- Getting to Vieques – Isla de Vieques is on the east coast of Puerto Rico. Getting to Vieques is hassle-free and no passport is required for US Citizens. Fly to the San Juan Airport, then take a short flight or ferry ride to Vieques.
- Getting to Culebra – Culebra is also on the east coast of Puerto Rico. Fly to San Juan Airport and take a short flight to Culebra or ferry ride from Ceiba.