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With a wide variety of attractions, a holiday in Puerto Rico can mean a lot of things, depending on what it is you are looking for. From adrenaline-fuelled adventures with ziplines and cave exploration to luxury resorts on the finest beaches for those who enjoy a more gentle pace, this area of the Caribbean has plenty to offer travellers whether you come by yourself, with a partner or bring the whole family.

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Recovering Puerto Rico ready to receive tourism again

After suffering the harsh destructive winds of Hurricane Irma, the enchanting island of Puerto Rico is recovering from the damage and bouncing back to business. The destination is now officially open for tourism once more with over 100 hotels operating and San Juan Airport offering non-stop flight service.

Windstar Cruises returns to San Juan in Puerto Rico

Windstar Cruises has made its return to San Juan in Puerto Rico, following the aftermath of a series of hurricanes that hit the Caribbean region in September. The small-ship cruise line's first ship set sail to the Caribbean island last month to highlight that the country is once again open for business. The company's president also joined staff and passengers on the first sailing.

Puerto Rico plans to welcome back tourists by December

In spite of damage from Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rican travel officials say they are hopeful that tourists will return to the islands in December, the beginning of the high tourist season. Many of the island’s hotels remain closed, and hundreds of businesses are without power, but tourism officials are optimistic that the tourists, a major part of the country’s economy, will return this year.