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Puerto Rico is a country full of art, culture, and history. It has vibrant traditions and delicious food, and it’s filled with the most beautiful natural landscapes and beaches.
Puerto Rico has nine lakes, fifty rivers, and several small streams. The 28,000-acre Caribbean National Forest, called “El Yunque,” contains some 240 different types of trees, while Guánica’s dry forest offers bonsai-like vegetation.
San Juan, Guaynabo, Bayamón, Dorado, Carolina, Caguas, Humacao, Ponce and Mayagüéz
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
9,104 km / 3,515 sq. miles
Manufacturing, service industry, and tourism
Puerto Rico has a tropical climate at low elevations and a subtropical climate at high elevations.
Meet Our Local Team
Our presence and infrastructure allow us to offer on the ground support through our expert team who is locally present — living and breathing the local culture.
They will assist you every step on the way throughout the relocation process.
Discover Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico has a lot to offer, from different habitats with beautiful landscapes and wildlife to a fun and happy lifestyle full of art and music. A few of the most iconic landmarks and tourist spots include Old San Juan, El Morro Fort, San Cristobal Castle, Culebra Island, Vieques, Bioluminescent Bay, Cayo Icacos, Luquillo Beach, Rio Camuy Caves, and Seven Seas Beach.