Bilingual American Territory Offers Tropical Weather, No Passport Required for U.S. Citizens
(SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO) — As fall unfolds and chilly weather arrives, daydreams turn to Puerto Rico, where 18 golf courses, thousands of restaurants, sun-kissed beaches, dozens of casinos, a vibrant rainforest, history, culture, and renowned food and drinks greet visitors.
Caution, patience, and discipline have been staples of the Island’s proactive mandates designed to protect residents and visitors. Such diligence has allowed courses to welcome back players and provide them with the healthy activity that is golf, filled with competition, camaraderie, and embracing the Island’s beautiful, renowned environment.
Puerto Rico is a place where the Old World is mashed up with the new on an island that is small but offers an immense bounty of one-of-a-kind experiences. The discovery vibe resonates at each golf course located throughout the Island – from the northwestern tip to the east coast, with several in northeastern Puerto Rico near the capital San Juan. The Island's golf resorts, accentuated by tropical splendor and remarkable ocean views, are renowned for their first-class service and inspirational amenities.
Puerto Rico is an enchanting destination where history, culture, gastronomy, nightlife, beaches, hotels, and resorts abound. It requires no passport for American citizens, is bilingual, uses the U.S. dollar for currency, and is the Caribbean’s air hub. There are more than 4,000 restaurants, and the lodging venues range from top hospitality brands to being named a top 10 Airbnb world destination.
For Travel Guidelines and island protocols, visit: https://www.discoverpuertorico.com/info/travel-guidelines
The Island’s golf venues include:
TPC Dorado Beach (36 holes) – 787-626-1020
Costa Caribe (27) – 787-812-2650
Fort Buchanan (9) – 787-707-3980
Wyndham Grand Rio Mar (36) – 787-888-6000
Rio Bayamon (18) – 787-740-1419
Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve/Coco Beach (36) – 787-657-2000
The St. Regis Bahia Beach (18) – 787-809-8000
Caguas Real (18) – 787-653-1573
Royal Isabela (18) – 787-609-5888
Deportivo del Oeste (18) – 787-851-8880
Palmas Athletic Club (36) – 787-656-3000
Punta Borinquen (18) – 787-890-2987
El Legado (18) – 787-866-8894
El Conquistador (18) – 787-863-1000
For more information on the Island's golf courses, resorts, and other destination attractions along with Puerto Rico's new health and safety guidelines, visit DiscoverPuertoRico.com.