Where To Go For A Tropical Vacation No Passport or Foreign Money Required

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I need a vacation. Desperately! I can usually handle four kids, a house to clean, meals to cook, errands to run, a blog to manage, articles to write, etc, etc, etc pretty well but after having snow for EIGHT months straight and still not seeing sunny Spring weather here in Minnesota, I am more than overdue for some HOT weather and a nice beach. How about you?

Can you believe I have never left the country? Not once. I live a couple hours from Canada but I’ve never been there. I’ve never been to Mexico. I’ve been all over the US though and I love to travel. So where would I go for a tropical vacation? I’d go somewhere warm, with award winning beaches, a tropical vacation no passport required. I don’t want to worry about a passport or foreign money. Does that place exist? It sure does! Puerto Rico! Puerto Rico has 270 miles of coastline and featured in the Top 10 beaches from Travel Channel — including Flamenco Beach in Culebra, often cited as one of the best beaches in the world.

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Not only is the location amazing, but they also are well known for their culinary skills. Foodies can experience the delicacies of Puerto Rican gastronomy. You can tour the many culinary attractions and taste test the fine dining experiences that Puerto Rico has to offer.

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Puerto Rico Tourism recently partnered with popular travel review site Trip Advisor to transform real traveler 5-star reviews into stunningly beautiful short films narrated by Puerto Rican stars. Puerto Rico is filled with world-class attractions that will turn any trip into a 5-star vacation story.

Whether you are a History Buffs and want to enjoy old world charm of San Juan or you are an adventurer and you want to visit the only rainforest under US national park service, El Yunque, and climb to the clouds, there is something for everyone in Puerto Rico. Whatever your dream you can Live your own 5-star vacation story in Puerto Rico.

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What would you want to check out in Puerto Rico? Have you ever been there?

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Comments

  1. We’ve always wanted to visit PR, but never have. Someday though, someday.

  2. I’d love to go back to Puerto Rico some day. So much to do!

  3. That would be a fun stay for sure. I have never traveled that far, but maybe one day!

  4. It looks gorgeous. I have never thought about going there ….may have to look into it!

  5. Puerto Rico is high up on my list. Love that we don’t need passports. Since I never changed my name on mine since I got married…. whooops. :/

  6. Love this! I’d love to visit PR. My hubby lived there for a few years growing up, I had no idea how amazing it was!

  7. I especially love the idea that there’s no passport needed. I’ve turned down a lot lately because I don’t have one!

  8. I’d love to go visit we are badly due for a long vacation!! PR just sounds lovely!

  9. I totally want to go there and I love that there is no need for foreign money or passports! That takes so much pressure off to enjoy the vacation!

  10. I want to go so bad! The sand and waves are calling my name, that’s for sure!

  11. I would love to go there, I heard it’s amazing, I wouldn’t want to leave – that beach is amazing!

  12. Someday! I love the beach and the seabreeze.

  13. I love PR! The food, the beaches, the night life….LOVE!

  14. Puerto Rico looks like an amazing place to visit. I know my daughter’s fiance wants to go there.

  15. Vickie Couturier says:

    wasn’t aware you didn’t need a passport to go there,interesting bit of info

  16. I just went to Puerto Rico a few weeks ago and had a great time. It is very tropical and lush.

  17. I have never been there but I am dying to go see the rain forest.

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