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Spring Break Brings Windfall for Puerto Rico’s Tourism

03-04-2018

The Puerto Rico Tourism Company (PRTC) has announced a surge in visitors across

The Puerto Rico Tourism Company (PRTC) has announced a surge in visitors across the Island over the Easter and Passover holidays and Spring Break.

From the island of Culebra off the northeast coast to the southwest region of Cabo Rojo, small family-owned inns to major hotels throughout the Island, as well as in San Juan, were bustling with crowds enjoying the beaches, diverse attractions and nightlife over the long weekend.

This is evidence of U.S. travelers' growing trust in Puerto Rico's readiness to welcome them again.

Tourists flooded the beaches of Puerto Rico over the Easter and Passover holidays and Spring Break showing evidence of U.S. traveler’s growing trust in Puerto Rico’s readiness to welcome them again.

With Spring Break underway and summer travel around the corner, U.S. travelers can get great deals to Puerto Rico right now. Visit SeePuertoRico.com for more information. Credit: Puerto Rico Tourism Company, SeePuertoRico.com

Tourists flooded the beaches of Puerto Rico over the Easter and Passover holidays and Spring Break showing evidence of U.S. traveler’s growing trust in Puerto Rico’s readiness to welcome them again.

With Spring Break underway and summer travel around the corner, U.S. travelers can get great deals to Puerto Rico right now. Visit SeePuertoRico.com for more information. Credit: Puerto Rico Tourism Company, SeePuertoRico.com

A surge in visitors was seen across the Island over the Easter and Passover holidays and Spring Break. From the island of Culebra off the northeast coast to the southwest region of Cabo Rojo, the Island was bustling with crowds enjoying the beaches, diverse attractions, like the Bacardi tour seen here, and nightlife over the weekend.

Summer travel planning is around the corner and U.S. travelers can get great deals to Puerto Rico right now. Credit: Puerto Rico Tourism Company, SeePuertoRico.com

A surge in visitors was seen across the Island over the Easter and Passover holidays and Spring Break. From the island of Culebra off the northeast coast to the southwest region of Cabo Rojo, the Island was bustling with crowds enjoying the beaches, diverse attractions, like the Bacardi tour seen here, and nightlife over the weekend.

Summer travel planning is around the corner and U.S. travelers can get great deals to Puerto Rico right now. Credit: Puerto Rico Tourism Company, SeePuertoRico.com

Tourists flooded the beaches of Puerto Rico over the Easter and Passover holidays and Spring Break showing evidence of U.S. traveler’s growing trust in Puerto Rico’s readiness to welcome them again.

With the recent launch of its new creative online videos, PRTC is reminding travelers that Puerto Rico is 'Ready to Enchant You,' and preliminary Spring Break numbers are showing that many travelers are taking the Island up on that offer.

With data showing record-breaking performance amongst the 130 hotels that are currently greeting visitors, the outlook of tourism is very positive for the rest of 2018. Responsible for contributing roughly 10% of the GDP, tourism is not only vital to the Island's economy – it's a cornerstone of Governor Ricardo Rosselló Nevares' economic development agenda.

With Spring Break underway and summer travel around the corner, U.S. travelers can get great deals to Puerto Rico right now.

With flights averaging $250 round-trip, no U.S. passport required, English widely spoken, no currency exchange and direct access from most major U.S. cities, Puerto Rico is expected to continue to experience a surge in travelers this year.

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