Moon Puerto Rico
By Suzanne Van Atten
Third Edition, December 2012
Price: $16.99 USD
Price: $9.99 USD
Travel journalist Suzanne Van Atten covers the best of Puerto Rico—from its spectacular beaches and classic golf courses to its rich Spanish culture. Van Atten also includes creative travel ideas for a variety of travelers, including Thrillseekers Tour, Romantic Getaway, and Family Fun. With expert advice on exploring the El Yunque rainforest and the underground caves at Cavernas del Rio Camuy, Moon Puerto Rico gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
What’s inside Moon Puerto Rico
Enjoy the very best of Puerto Rico with these itineraries:
- Best of Puerto Rico
- Musica! Bomba, Plena, Y Mas
- One the Coffee Trail
- Best Day Trips from San Juan
- Romantic Escapes
- Exploring the Cordillera Central
- Puerto Rico for Thrill-Seekers
- Sunbathing, Swimming, and Surfing
Explore what Puerto Rico has to offer.
Recommendations for the top sights, recreation, entertainment, hotels, and food in:
- San Juan
- Vieques and Culebra
- East Coast including Loiza and Pinones, Rio Grande, Luqillo, Fajardo, Naguabo and Humacao, Yabucao and Maunabo
- South Coast including Ponce and Vicinity, Coamo and Salinas, Guayama and Patillas
- West Coast including Isabela, Aquadilla, San Sebastian, Rincon, Mayaquez, Cabo Rojo, La Parguera, San German, Guanica
- North Coast including Toa Baja and Toa Alta, Dorado, Vega Alta and Vega Baja, Manati and Barceloneta, Arecibo, Camuy, Hatillo, Quebradillas
- Cordillera Central including Cguas and Cayey, Aibonito and Barranquitas, Orocovis, Morovis, Ciales, Jayuya, Utuado, Adjuntas, Lares
Resources include a Spanish Phrasebook
Experienced editor and travel writer Suzanne Van Atten has written about destinations throughout the United States, Mexico, South America, the Caribbean, and Europe. She has snorkeled a shipwreck in Aruba, gone ballroom dancing in Rio de Janeiro, barhopped in Barcelona, slept in a Jesuit monastery on the Amalfi coast, crewed a hot air balloon in New Mexico, gone white-water rafting in Tennessee, and gotten lost too many times to count.
The one place Suzanne always returns to is Puerto Rico, a place she fell in love with when she lived there for two years as a teenager. The rich Spanish culture, postcard-perfect beaches, lush tropical jungle, cobblestone streets, pastel colors, lively music, and the joie de vivre of its people colluded to seduce her. No matter how many times she returns, she always discovers something new and delightful to keep her coming back.