Puerto Rico Transportation



Puerto Rico's largest airport is Luis Munoz Marin International Airport (SJU), located three miles southeast of San Juan. The airport offers direct flights to many US cities and connections to most other airports in Puerto Rico, including Antonio Riviera Rodriguez Airport on Vieques.


Immigration & Customs


When you fly into San Juan, it’s like flying in the US, Only Proof of citizenship is required. Acceptable documents include a U.S. passport, birth certificate  or government issued photo ID. Because US citizens don’t need a passport or visa to enter Puerto Rico, they are not required to pass through immigration or customs. Your bag will be searched by the US Department of Agriculture to check for prohibited items.


Getting to Your Hotel


CheapCaribbean.com has partnered with Dragonfly Adventures as our premier transportation companies in Puerto Rico. They’ll provide you with safe, comfortable and professional transportation from the airport to your hotel and back. They’ll also provide transportation to any excursions booked through our site that you’d like to take while you’re in your destination.


It’s easy to find your Dragonfly Adventures team when you arrive at the airport. They’ll be standing in the waiting area, holding a CheapCaribbean.com welcome sign. All drivers are fluent in English, friendly and knowledgeable about the culture, history and things to do while you’re there. By the end of your ride, you’ll have made a new friend. Their vehicles are all clean, modern and reliable.




Getting Around Puerto Rico


Once you arrive at San Juan, you can catch a cab or a hotel shuttle. San Juan offers several types of public transportation, including the Tren Urbano (Urban Train) that runs from 5:30am-11:30pm. The Metropolitan Bus Authority, or AMA, can also get you around the San Juan area. Antique-looking trolleys operate free of charge in Old San Juan. Two ferry stations operate in Puerto Rico. Aqua Espresso in Old San Juan sends ferries to Catano, where the Bacardi Distillery is located. The Fajardo Station on Puerto Rico's east coast provides ferries to the out-islands of Culebra and Vieques.