There are many logistics to consider when planning an incentive trip, from transportation to health and safety precautions. Discover Puerto Rico has you covered.
We want to make planning your next incentive trip as easy as possible. In addition to our complimentary services, we’ve made available some of the most-requested resources—including a robust photo and video library, transportation logistics by air, land and sea, updated travel guidelines to share with your attendees, and information about how your team can meet its corporate social responsibility goals while on Island.
Still have questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions or contact our incentive travel expert at [email protected].
Resources for Incentive Travel Planners
Discover Puerto Rico's Sales & Destination Experience Team can help you secure proper transportation for your group, whether by land, air, or sea.Learn More
We aim to ensure the health and well-being of your group with our local safety measures and other travel guidelines.Learn More
Is corporate social responsibility a priority for your team? There are many ways your incentive group can make positive impact on the local community in Puerto Rico.Learn More
Share the beauty of Puerto Rico and all the destination has to offer by utilizing the inspiring, hi-res images, and videos in our robust asset library.Learn More
Incentive Travel FAQs
Although some hotels or resorts will offer meal and drink plans, based on certain factors, the destination is not considered to have true all-inclusive pricing. Like many destinations in the U.S., Europe, and other international destinations, we offer a vibrant local food scene that is safe and easily accessible. Many hotels offer breakfast plans. And, our customers frequently use debit cards or master account credits for attendees to purchase meals and drinks options outside of breakfast and planned group events.
Yes, please contact us for more information.
We have not seen Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria in 2017 and have seen media stories about the recovery. What is it like now?
Although there may be some rural areas still dealing with recovery issues, our customers who visit the Island find that the hotel and resort areas are fully recovered. The renovations of our hotels and experiences and improvements to infrastructure have increased the overall level of quality. Our customers that have experienced Puerto Rico recently consider it to be a better destination post-hurricane.