Last updated on 10/05/2022 at 4:30 p.m. EST

Travel Notice

Hurricane Fiona made landfall in southwestern Puerto Rico on September 18th. Authorities are continuing to assess parts of the Island that were affected by flooding, particularly in the southwest. Discover Puerto Rico, the Destination Marketing Organization of the Island, has collected the following tourism and hospitality industry updates from partners:

Transportation: Luis Muñoz Marín Airport in San Juan (SJU), Aeropuerto Internacional Mercedita (PSE) in Ponce, Antonio Rivera Rodríguez Airport (VQS) in Vieques, Rafael Hernández Marín International Airport (BQN) in Aguadilla are fully operational. Cruise ports have also reopened with select cruises/ferries operating.

Attractions & Hotels: Most hotels, restaurants, golf courses and venues are operating normally. Areas, attractions, and historical parks such as Old San Juan, La Placita de Santurce, Piñones, Casa Bacardí, the Ron del Barrilito Tour, the Puerto Rico Convention Center, Carabalí Rainforest Adventure Park, Frutos del Guacabo, El Morro, Castillo San Cristóbal, DISTRITO T-Mobile and Toro Verde Adventure Park are open. 

Beaches & National Parks: Beaches such as Escambrón, Isla Verde, Flamenco, Ocean Park, Combate, La Posa del Obispo, Jobos, Domes, and more, are open. As nature takes time to restore, El Yunque is currently closed as authorities assess the rainforest. For all other beaches and national parks, please check the infographic below or reach out to the Department of Environmental & Natural Resources for the latest updates. 

We encourage visitors currently in Puerto Rico or with upcoming travel plans to contact their travel providers, hotels, and local business directly to inquire about potential changes in operations.