Puerto Rico Travel Planning & Travel Tips

Puerto Rico Climate:

The best time to visit is December-April. (That's also the high season.) The temperatures are in the 70s-80s F/23-32 C during the day and in the 70s F/23-27 C at night (do take a sweater for the evenings, especially in the mountain areas). Hurricane season is June-November, when it can be cloudy, more humid and rainy. It seems to rain at least once a day year round, but most of the rain comes in brief torrents and doesn't ruin a whole day. Taking along a waterproof jacket or lightweight raincoat is a good idea.

Calling Internationally:

There are no country codes needed when calling to and from Puerto Rico.


The electricity is 110 volts AC, as it is in the continental United States and Canada.


Travel Insurance for Puerto Rico Trips:

You should consider the benefits of travel insurance as part of your Puerto Rico travel planning. Most travelers look for travel tips that discuss the importance of travel insurance and travel insurance through Travel Guard can provide important coverage for your trip.

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