Is Puerto Rico okay to visit after Hurricane?
Puerto Rico Is Welcoming Tourists As Island Recovers From Earthquake Damage. A view of damages at Guanica town after 6.4-magnitude earthquake hit Puerto Rico on January 7, 2020.
Is it safe to travel to Puerto Rico now?
While recent government mandates may disrupt current tourism activity on the Island through May 3, 2020, keeping our visitors and residents safe is our number one priority right now. Additionally, the government of Puerto Rico issued an Island-wide curfew for everyone, including tourists, through May 3, 2020.
Is it safe to travel to Puerto Rico after the earthquake?
Puerto Rico welcomes visitors despite recent earthquakes. “There is some really good news: Puerto Rico is open for business,” said Brad Dean, chief executive of Discover Puerto Rico, the U.S. territory’s tourism office. “All three airports are open, and all of the major hotels.”
Is it safe to fly to Puerto Rico?
Generally, Puerto Rico is a safe place to visit. And, generally, we highly encourage tourism to this fantastic destination because of the powerful impact it has on Puerto Rico’s economy.