Plan Your Visit with our Interactive Island Map

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As compared to most other Caribbean islands, Puerto Rico is a big island and most of the "must see" attractions are not concentrated in one particular area. Understanding the "lay of the land" can be a daunting task for the first-time visitor.

To provide some perspective on where things are on the island, we’ve put together (with the help of Google Maps) an interactive map that shows the locations of attractions across the island. So far, the places we’ve marked correspond to articles we’ve written in this blog.

Since it uses Google Maps, you can zoom and pan, and view street maps or satellite images of an area. And when you’ve found an area of interest, you can print it out to take with you!

Enjoy this map, and we hope you find it to be helpful! assumes no responsibility regarding your safety when participating in the activities described in this article. Please use common sense! If your mother or that little voice in your head tells you that you are about to do something stupid … then don't do it! Read more about Safety →

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No, no cruises. There are little boats that will take you for the day to some a search on our website for Gilligan's Island, Caja de Muertos, Isla Ratones, Mata la Gata. They are all off the SW part of PR and have trips out to them.

Comment by Gwenn on 22 Jan 2017

Are there 1or2 day cruises out of mayaguez to surrounding islands? How do I get information? And which islands? We will be in mayaguez January 18th to January. 30th.

Comment by Lori Hoselton on 07 Jan 2017

No. Once a month there is a passenger ferry, but the dates are variable. Or you can fly there.

Comment by Gwenn on 11 Oct 2016

I am curious about taking a day trip to St. Thomas from Puerto Rico. I will be in PR during the first two weeks of January... Is there a drive-on ferry? Thank You.

Comment by Victoria Haight on 10 Oct 2016

Renting a car is probably the best/easiest/cheapest way. Or a private tour. Ponce is really big and spread out, so just getting there is not enough...transportation for moving around it is needed too.

Comment by Gwenn on 24 Jan 2016

Hi, How do we get from Isle Verde to Ponce for a day trip? Thanks

Comment by Elizabeth on 24 Jan 2016

Hi guys Thanks so much for the interactive map! ;-D is perfect.

Comment by Glorimar on 07 Jun 2012

Thanks for your Puerto Rico Day trips. I'm heading from Seattle to Culebra in a couple weeks with a few days layover at Isla Verde. While I'm in Isla Verde, I plan on visiting Old San Juan. I've been to Old San Juan before, but didn't find all of the places that you point out, so I'll be printing your google map out and taking it with me. Thanks, John Wheeler

Comment by John Wheeler on 04 Sep 2007

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