Puerto Rico Timeshares
A Puerto Rico timeshare vacation is a world away from your daily routine, yet this tropical paradise is actually an unincorporated territory of the United States. Although it affords you the vacation ease of shopping and dining with American dollars, your Puerto Rican timeshare holiday still provides you the relaxing sense that you have escaped to a Caribbean island, rich in historic charm and natural beauty.
One Caribbean Timeshare Destination, a Diversity of Vacation Experiences
Planning a getaway to a Puerto Rico timeshare doesn’t mean you have to choose between the mountains or the beach; and it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy both old world appeal and a modern vibe. Puerto Rico is an island with much to offer from its famous hidden beaches (once known only to pirates), to its zip lines through the tropical forests. Puerto Rico timeshare vacations are perfect for getaways, honeymoons, family trips, and anytime you crave clear blue skies and even bluer tropical waters.
Beach lovers tip: While you are vacationing on the island, you will see and hear the word “balneario.” Translated this word means a public, no-fee beach that is typically ideal for family fun. Among the best known are the Balneario de Luquillo, the Balneario de Carolina, and theCondado Beach, all of which rank near the top of the US News and World Report Travel Review of “Top Things to do in Puerto Rico.” Although these are free, public access beaches, a small fee is charged for parking and in some areas, a nominal fee is charged to access the bathhouses.
Although the island is small, depending on where you stay, you may want to rent a car during your visit. In addition to the island’s famous beaches, here are some of the other activities you will want to check out during your Puerto Rico timeshare holiday:
- Visit El Yunque National Rainforest, the only tropical forest in the U.S. National Forest System. Plan your day there for hiking, exploring the dramatic waterfalls and serene pools, and savoring the breathtaking views.
- See the beach that glows in the dark. Mosquito Bay (Vieques) glows with the bioluminescent radiance emitted by the half-plant, half-animal microorganisms that inhabit the water there. Known as dinoflagellates, you’ll find nearly three quarters of a million per each gallon of seawater within the bay. Two tips before you venture to the bay: don’t go during a full moon, because the water’s blue glow will not be visible, and when you approach, do so quietly. Noise and activity in the water tend to disrupt the creatures and “dim the light.”
- Spend a day at Fort San Cristobal (built 1783), the largest Spanish fort in the Western hemisphere.
- Explore old San Juan, the oldest settlement in Puerto Rico. Located on a narrow islet of the north side of the main island of Puerto Rico, you can reach old San Juan via any of three bridges.
Timeshare in Puerto Rico
Rarely too hot and never too cold, Puerto Rico offers a climate that is near-perfection for golfing, beach time, a range of water sports, or leisurely strolls through historic Old San Juan. Hotels there are often overbooked and very expensive, which means Puerto Rico vacation ownership is your best way to enjoy the inland, especially if you plan to visit during the busy winter season. Renting or buying a Caribbean timeshare is the best way to discover wonderful places like Puerto Rico.
You can learn more about the opportunities currently available in Puerto Rico timeshare resales and rentals here on BuyaTimeshare.com. Or contact us and let one of our vacation specialists help you find the timeshare getaway that is just right for you and your vacation budget.